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Robert Coe

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Robert Coe

Biography

Robert J. Coe is an award winning, internationally recognized composer of contemporary classical music.

Coe studied with Dr. Stephen Lias and Dr. Charles Halka at Stephen F. Austin State University, and he is now pursuing graduate studies at the University of Houston.

His works have been performed by the Videri String Quartet (Boston), the Hobart Wind Symphony (Tasmania, Australia), the Phoenix Quartet (Ukraine), and the Denali Music Festival String Orchestra (Alaska).

Coe has been an artist in residence at numerous national parks in Australia and the United States, including Big Bend National Park, New Orleans Jazz National Historic Park, and Cradle Mountain National Park. Additionally, the piece composed for Tasmania’s Freycinet National Park was awarded First Prize in the Bruno Maderna International Composition Competition in Lviv, Ukraine.


Works for Winds


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