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Joseph David Spence

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Joseph David Spence

Biography

Joseph David Spence (b. 1994, Glendora, Calif.) is an American composer, saxophonist, and student.

A native of Corona, California, Spence’s compositional voice is rooted in musical storytelling told through a contemporary harmonic and aesthetic lens and is influenced by the great film and concert music composers of our time. Spence’s music has been performed throughout the United States by such ensembles as the Donald Sinta Quartet and KC VITAs. His main teachers include Gilda Lyons, Robert Carl, Larry Alan Smith, David Macbride, and Mark Edward Lewis.

Spence is pursuing his dual master's degree in saxophone performance and composition at The Hartt School, and currently holds a Bachelor of Music degree from California State University, Fullerton.


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