Mark Grey

Born: b. 1967
Nationality: American
Education/Training: BA and MA in composition and Electro-Acoustic Music from Cal State San Jose
Notable Compositions:
Atash Sorushan (Fire Angels) for soprano, chamber orchestra and electronics; Enemy Slayer: A Navajo Oratorio for baritone, chorus, and orchestra, premiered by the Phoenix Symphony in February 2008; San Andreas Suite for solo violin, which was performed worldwide by Leila Josefowicz as part of her 2005|6 recital series program
Assignments: Commissions from: The Atlanta Symphony, Carnegie Hall, Cal Performances, The Phoenix Symphony (where he was composer-in-residence for the 2007|8 season), Kronos Quartet, violinist Leila Josefowicz, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Colorado Music Festival, The Paul Dresher Ensemble
Curious Facts:
As a sound designer: premiered major opera and concert works for John Adams, Philip Glass, Steve Reich, Terry Riley, Kronos Quartet; artistic collaborator, sound designer and soundscape engineer for John Adams's critically acclaimed On the Transmigration of Souls, which received the 2004 Pulitzer Prize in Music as well as three Grammy Awards in 2005; first sound designer in history to work at the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Lyric Opera and Metropolitan Opera
Notable Recordings:
Enemy Slayer (Naxos); Joan Jeanrenaud's debut CD Metamorphosis (New Albion); Kronos Quartet, Visual Music, Bertoia I and II (NPR/Nonesuch/Carnegie Hall radio series Creators at Carnegie); Josefowicz, San Andreas Suite (Warner Classics)
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