Charles Wuorinen

Charles Wuorinen

Charles Peter Wuorinen (born June 9, 1938) is a prolific Pulitzer Prize-winning American composer born and living in New York City. His catalog of more than 260 compositions includes works for orchestra, opera, and chamber music, as well as solo instrumental and vocal works. In recent years he has dedicated attention to large-scale works for the stage, including collaborations with Salman Rushdie and Annie Proulx.

Read more about Charles Wuorinen:  Biography, Partial Discography, Writings and Lectures, Performance and Conducting, Influence, Selected Works, Notable Students, Further Reading

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