Michael H Weinstein
Michael H. Weinstein (b. June 26, 1960, Lausanne, Switzerland) is an American composer, theorist, educator, and hornist.
Dr. Weinstein studied at S.U.N.Y. Purchase (B.F.A.), the New England Conservatory of Music (M.M.), and received his Ph.D in composition and theory from Brandeis University in 1991.
Weinstein's works have been commissioned, performed, and recorded by organizations such as: the NEC Wind Ensemble and Symphony Orchestra, the U.S. Air Force Band, the Boston Landmarks Orchestra, the Boston Classical Orchestra, the MIT Wind Ensemble, the Washington Winds, the University of Washington Wind Ensemble, and the League ISCM – Boston, among others.
He is the chair of the music department at the Cambridge School of Weston, an assistant professor of composition and a member of the brass faculty at Berklee College of Music, leads the composition seminar at the Walnut Hill School of the Arts, and teaches classes and lessons in theory, composition, and horn at the New England Conservatory of Music Preparatory Division. He is third horn with the Nashua Symphony Orchestra in New Hampshire.
Works for Winds
- The Angel of Fame
- Concerto for Flute and Wind Ensemble (2009)
- Concerto for Wind Ensemble
- Five Songs on Frost Poems for Baritone Voice and Concert Band
- Four Songs Without Words on Poems of Kleist
- Neapolitan Ode
- "Roman Odes" for Chorus, Solo Horn, and Wind Ensemble
- Serenade for Concert Band
- Serenade for Twelve Instruments
- Serenade for Fifteen Instruments
- Suite of Dances for Double Woodwind Quintet
- Two Elegies for Wind Ensemble
- Two Movement for Brass Ensemble
- Two Songs for Winds
- Michael H. Weinstein. Wikipedia. Accessed 26 August 2022