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Composer of the Month May 2021: Orlando Jacinto Garcia

Orlando Jacinto GarciaThrough more than 200 works for a wide range of performance genres, Orlando Jacinto Garcia, Professor and Composer in Residence for the Florida International University School of Music, has established a distinctive music described as "time suspended—haunting sonic explorations," an aesthetic he developed from his work with Morton Feldman, among others. After moving from Havana, Cuba at the age of seven in 1961, Garcia was educated in the United States and has taught at FIU for over two decades. He is the recipient of numerous honors and awards including those from the Rockefeller, Fulbright, Dutka, Civitella Ranieri, Knight, Cintas Foundations, and more. Most recently he has been the recipient of four Latin Grammy nominations in the best Contemporary Classical Composition Category (2009–11, 15). With performances in most of the major capitols of the world, his works are recorded on New Albion, O.O. Discs, CRI/New World, Albany, North/South, CRS, Rugginenti, VDM, Capstone, Innova, CNMAS, Opus One, Telos, and Toccata Classics. Garcia is a resident composer for the Miami Symphony Orchestra and the founder and director of the Miami Chapter of the International Society for Contemporary Music, the New Music Miami ISCM Festival, and the NODUS Ensemble.

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Listen to and excerpt from 'Auschwitz (they will never be forgotten)'

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