Composer-in-chief

Composer-in-chief

Article by Michael Muckian

If John Harbison were an athlete, his 2018-19 season might be considered a “career year” for the award-winning composer and music educator. New commissions, world premieres of his compositions, and the publication of his first book, What Do We Make of Bach?, have created a whirlwind season for Harbison, who turns 80 on tomorrow, December 20. Read Full Article

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