Awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1996 for his work Lilacs for Voice and Orchestra, George Walker became the first African American man so honored.
A six-time Grammy nominee, Wayne Wallace joined the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music faculty as a professor of practice in 2013.
An active composer and educator, Danielpour currently serves on the composition faculties of the Manhattan School of Music and the Curtis Institute of Music.
Former principal double bass for the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Bransby has served as Professor of Double Bass at the IU Jacobs School of Music since 1986.
Ezra Laderman currently serves as a Professor of Composition at Yale University and was Dean of the School of Music from 1989-1995.
A world-renowned recitalist, teacher and lecturer, Andrews is currently an Adjunct Professor of Music at Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music.
A traditional Irish fiddler as well as a composer, Evan Chambers often blurs the line between folk and classical music.
Mary Jane Leach’s music focuses on the physicality of sound, its acoustic properties and how they interact with space.
American pianist Edmund Battersby has been internationally celebrated for his performances on both modern and period instruments.
Many of Crumb's compositions include programmatic themes and elements of mysticism, which are often reflected in his visually stunning scores.