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Wendy Mae Chambers

Wendy Mae Chambers

Wendy Mae Chambers


Wendy Mae Chambers (1953) is an American composer, currently living in New York City, New Orleans, and Harvey Cedars, NJ. Chambers studied at Barnard College from 1971 – 1975, where she received her B.A. in music, where she studied with Kenneth Cooper, Nicholas Roussakis, Jack Beeson and Charles Wuorinen. She earned her M.A. in composition at Stony Brook University in New York, where she studied between 1975 – 1977. Her large-scale music events were inspired by the work of Christo and Andy Warhol Read more on Last.fm
Wendy Mae Chambers (1953) is an American composer, currently living in New York City, New Orleans, and Harvey Cedars, NJ. Chambers studied at Barnard College from 1971 – 1975, where she received her B.A. in music, where she studied with Kenneth Cooper, Nicholas Roussakis, Jack Beeson and Charles Wuorinen. She earned her M.A.

in composition at Stony Brook University in New York, where she studied between 1975 – 1977. Her large-scale music events were inspired by the work of Christo and Andy Warhol, and the desire to reach an audience beyond traditional new music audiences. In addition, she knew John Cage well and her work, 12 squared for ten percussionists (1994) is a voodoo tone poem written in his memory. By staging works outside the concert halls and into the public sphere, she has succeeded in bringing her music outside the domain of specialists and academics. Read more on Last.fm.

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