Daniel Vezza

composer, born Friday August 20, 1982

In concert
J'ai tendu des cordes de clocher à clocher - 03.25 8:
Played works
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Daniel Vezza (born 1982 in New Jersey) is currently working as a composer and teacher in Berlin. He has earned degrees in music composition from Manhattan School of Music, Yale University, and the Universitäte der Künste, Berlin. His primary teachers include Nils Vigeland, Giampaolo Bracali, Martin Bresnick, Ingram Marshall, and Walter Zimmermann. Some of the groups that have performed his works are Flexible Music, the Manhattan School of Music Orchestra, Deblue, Ensemble Interface and the Red Light New Music Ensemble. He has

participated and has had his music performed in such festivals as the Darmstadt Summer Courses, Ostrava Days New Music Festival, and the Impuls International Ensemble Academy. From 2008 to 2009 he was a postgraduate scholarship holder in Composition from the DAAD giving lectures and studying at the Universität der Künste, Berlin and has been awarded other prizes and scholarships such as the Presidents Prize from Manhattan School of Music as well as the Francis Kellogg Memorial Prize from Yale University.