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Tyler Mazone

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Tyler Mazone

Biography

Tyler Mazone (b. 29 December 1998, Russia) is an American composer and student.

Mr. Mazone is a graduate of Guilderland High School, New York, and a music composition student [2020] at the Crane School of Music at SUNY Potsdam. He has been involved with the 2019 Young Composer and Conductor Mentor Projects headed by composer Mark Camphouse and hosted by the U.S. Air Force Band.

Although born deaf, Mr. Mazone began playing clarinet in the fourth grade. His deafness created a struggle to learn how to practice and listen to himself play the clarinet, but he had several music teachers that helped him along the way. He started composing because he wanted to create the magical music that he heard in video game soundtracks, but he eventually started learning how to compose for band by studying scores, and by listening in band rehearsals.


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