New York-based composer Matthew Browne’s music has been praised for its “unbridled humor” (New Music Box) and described as “witty” (The Strad) and “beautifully crafted and considered” (What’s On London). He recently received honors such as a BMI Student Composer Award (2015), an ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composers award (2014), winner of the New England Philharmonic Call for Scores (2014), participant at the Minnesota Orchestra Composers Institute (2016), and participant at the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra’s First Annual Composers Institute (2013). Matthew has had the honor to collaborate with such ensembles as the Minnesota Orchestra, Alarm Will Sound, the Albany Symphony, the New Jersey Symphony, Milwaukee Symphony, the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, the New England Philharmonic, the Villiers Quartet, the Donald Sinta Quartet, the Tesla Quartet, the PUBLIQuartet, and SEVEN)SUNS. He received his DMA from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. Previous teachers include Michael Daugherty and Kristin Kuster.
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