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Dale Trumbore

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Dale Trumbore (born November 15, 1987) is an American writer and composer. Born in New York City and raised in New Jersey[1], she currently resides in Los Angeles. Trumbore has served as Composer-in-Residence for Nova Vocal Ensemble and Choral Chameleon. [2]

She is the author of the book Staying Composed: Overcoming Anxiety and Self-Doubt Within a Creative Life.[3] Trumbore has written for online music magazines NewMusicBox and 21CM[4] and writes the quarterly Composer's Corner column for Cantate Magazine.

Trumbore composes for voice, chamber ensemble, and orchestra, and her music has been performed in the United States, Asia and Europe. She composes frequently for chorus[5] and often sets contemporary poetry to music in her compositions. [6] Her composition "How to Go On", a thirty-minute secular requiem for a cappella chorus, leaves certain music decisions up to the performers and conductor.[7][8]

A full-length album of Trumbore's choral music, also called "How to Go On", was recorded by Choral Arts Initiative and released independently in 2017.[9] Trumbore's choral music is published by G. Schirmer and Boosey & Hawkes.

Trumbore holds bachelor's degrees in Music Composition and English from the University of Maryland, College Park[10] and a Master of Music degree in music composition from the USC Thornton School of Music. At the University of Southern California, Trumbore studied with acclaimed American composer Morten Lauridsen.[11]

Awards, prizes and grants[edit]

  • ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composer Award[12]
  • ACDA Raymond W. Brock Competition for Professional Composers[13]
  • American Composers Forum Grant
  • Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts Residency Award
  • Busan International Choral Festival Composition
  • Center City Opera Theater Art-Song Competition
  • Chanticleer Composer Competition
  • 'Copland House Residency Award[14]
  • The Esoterics Polyphonos Choral Competition
  • Gregg Smith Composition Contest
  • Helene Wurlitzer Foundation Residency Award
  • Lyrica Chamber Music Composition Contest
  • Master Chorale of Tampa Bay Christmas Carol Competition
  • Sadye J. Moss Endowed Musical Composition Prize
  • VocalEssence Welcome Christmas Carol Competition
  • Yale Glee Club Composition Competition

References[edit]

  1. Perrone, Janice (2010-04-14). "New Faces NJ: Dale Trumbore". New Jersey Monthly. Retrieved 2020-02-14.
  2. "Choral Chameleon brings 'Storytime' concert to Westport Unitarian Church". Connecticut Post. 2019-02-13. Retrieved 2020-02-14.
  3. Darling, Kristina Marie (2019-07-18). "Staying Composed: A Conversation with Dale Trumbore". Kenyon Review. Retrieved 2020-02-14.
  4. Trumbore, Dale (2018-03-01). "Let's Break the Money Talk Taboo". 21CM. Retrieved 2020-02-14.
  5. Ruggirello, Jim (2019-12-20). "MUSICAL NOTES: Music By Candlelight". The Grunion. Long Beach, CA. Retrieved 2020-02-14.
  6. {{cite web |url=https://acda.org/ACDA/About-Root/Brock_Comp_Professional_Composers.aspx |title=Brock Competition for Professional Composers |publisher=[[American Choral Directors Association] |accessdate=2020-02-14 }}
  7. Ginell, Richard S. (2019-03-19). "L.A. Master Chorale Offers Two Requiems of Solace and Doubt". San Francisco Classical Voice. Retrieved 2020-02-14.
  8. Gordon, Eric A. (2019-03-21). "A requiem could be sacred or secular: It's the same grief". People's World. Retrieved 2020-02-14.
  9. Elliott, Brandon (2017-03-24). "New Album Release: How to Go On – The Choral Works of Dale Trumbore<!lang>" (Press release). Chorus America. Retrieved 2020-02-14.
  10. Perrone, Janice (2010-04-14). "New Faces NJ: Dale Trumbore". New Jersey Monthly. Retrieved 2020-02-14.
  11. Ginell, Richard S. (2019-12-17). "O Magnum Mysterium As Heard Four Ways". San Francisco Classical Voice. Retrieved 2020-02-14.
  12. Nevins, Cathy (2017-03-30). "The ASCAP Foundation Names Recipients of 2017 Morton Gould Young Composer Awards<!lang>" (Press release). ASCAP. Retrieved 2020-02-14.
  13. {{cite web |url=https://acda.org/ACDA/About-Root/Brock_Comp_Professional_Composers.aspx |title=Brock Competition for Professional Composers |publisher=[[American Choral Directors Association] |accessdate=2020-02-14 }}
  14. NewMusicBox Staff (2013-10-13). "Copland House Announces 2013 Residency Awards". NewMusicBox. Retrieved 2020-02-14.

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