Creation's Voice
NICHOLAS ANTHONY ASCIOTI Creation's Voice TROY879 - Price: $16.99
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A young composer with a distinctive voice, presented in a variety of perspectives on this recording.

Nicholas Anthony Ascioti was born in Syracuse, and attended the College of St. Rose in Albany, New York where he graduated in Composition and Conducting. Since then, the College has performed his music and sponsored an entire evening of his works. He earned his Master of Fine Arts degree in Composition from Bennington College in Vermont. Among his teachers were Allen Shawn, Dr. Amy Williams and Stephen Siegel. Nicholas received his professional debut at 21 with a commission from David Alan Miller. Judge, Jury and Executioner was premiered by the Dogs of Desire, a chamber ensemble of the Albany Symphony Orchestra. Nicholas is currently a composer-in-residence with the Society for New Music in Syracuse and as a conductor, focuses on 20th century repertoire. The pieces presented here offer a variety of perspectives in both textural and musical form. They reveal our human desire to connect, to relate - to ourselves, to other human beings, to the cosmic reality of being, and ultimately to the Source of our being.
Contents:
Nicholas Ascioti, composer
Credo
Mark Lawrence, tenor, Kenneth Meyer, guitar

Nicholas Ascioti, composer
Natural Questions
Eileen Strempel, soprano, Christopher Dranchek, flute, Patricia DeAngelis, piano

Nicholas Ascioti, composer
One Child's Life
Mark Lawrence, tenor, George Macero, cello

Nicholas Ascioti, composer
Music of the Spheres
Mark Lawrence, tenor, John Lathwell, oboe, Karlinda Caldicott, harp

Nicholas Ascioti, composer
Four Settings of Margaret Atwood
Eileen Strempel, soprano, Sylvie Beaudette, piano

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