Callaway, Ann Website
of Berkeley, California
Agnus Dei 1
SSATB a cappella with soprano solo
$1.00 #040011 AP-511
Ann Callaway began her musical training in Baltimore, Maryland and continued at Smith College with Alvin Etler. She holds graduate degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University, where she studied with George Crumb, Jack Beeson, and George Edwards. She is the subject of a documentary produced by Swedish Radio and is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and commissions from the National Endowment for the Arts and the American Guild of Organists. She has held residencies at the MacDowell Colony, Yaddo, and the Leighton Artist Colony in Banff.
Among her larger works are the Concerto for Bass Clarinet, performed by the Seattle Symphony and the Cleveland Chamber Symphony; the tone poem, Amethyst, premiered by the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra; and The Work of Sun, excerpts of which have been read by the Berkeley Symphony. Other music has been performed by the New York New Music Ensemble, Earplay, and the Gregg Smith Singers and recorded by Capstone Records. She now lives and works in Berkeley, California.
Arsis Press has published her Agnus Dei 1 for chorus and soprano solo.
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