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A composer whose music is “at times ethereal, with masterful weaving of timbre and tone; and at times energetic, almost brutal, with unrelenting drive,” (Donovan Seidle, Calgary Philharmonic) Cory Brodack (b.1997, St. Louis) writes music rooted in an exploration of timbre and gesture, utilizing rich harmonies, long melodies, and shifting rhythms. He has been awarded the Rudolf Nissim Prize, ECU's Orchestra Composition Competition, and first place in the National Federation of Music Clubs Young Composer Competition, among other honors. With a passion for collaboration, Cory has worked with performers and ensembles including JACK Quartet, Hub New Music, Unheard-of//Ensemble, icarus Quartet, Hypercube, and Rhythm Method String Quartet. He has also received commissions from artists and groups such as Andrew Pelletier, the Metropolitan Orchestra of St. Louis, and the Steven Gerber Trust. His music has been featured at concerts and festivals including the SCI National Conference, Hot Air Music Festival, UNG’s Research on Contemporary Composition Conference, and New Music on the Bayou. He is currently pursuing his PhD in Composition at the Eastman School of Music. He received his MM in Composition from Bowling Green State University, and his Bachelor of Music from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.


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Cory Brodack (b.1997, St. Louis) writes music that explores timbre and gesture, utilizing rich harmonies, long melodies, and shifting rhythms. Awards include the Rudolf Nissim Prize, ECU's Orchestra Composition Competition, and first place in the NFMC Young Composer Competition. With a passion for collaboration, Cory has worked with performers and ensembles including JACK Quartet, Hub New Music, Unheard-of//Ensemble, icarus Quartet, Hypercube, and Rhythm Method Quartet. He has also received commissions from artists and groups such as Andrew Pelletier, the Metropolitan Orchestra of St. Louis, and the Steven Gerber Trust. His music has been featured at concerts and festivals including the SCI National Conference, Hot Air Music Festival, UNG’s Research on Contemporary Composition Conference, and New Music on the Bayou. He is currently pursuing his PhD at the Eastman School of Music. He received his MM from Bowling Green State University, and his BM from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.


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Cory Brodack (b.1997, St. Louis) writes music that explores timbre and gesture, utilizing rich harmonies, long melodies, and shifting rhythms. Awards include the Nissim Prize, ECU's Orchestra Composition Competition, and first place in the NFMC Young Composer Competition. Cory has worked with performers including JACK, Hub New Music, Unheard-of//Ensemble, icarus Quartet, Hypercube, and Rhythm Method. He has received commissions from artists and groups such as Andrew Pelletier, the Metropolitan Orchestra of St. Louis, and the Steven Gerber Trust. He is currently pursuing his PhD at Eastman. He received his MM from BGSU, and his BM from SIUE.


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Cory Brodack writes music that explores timbre and gesture, utilizing rich harmonies, long melodies, and shifting rhythms. He has been awarded prizes from ASCAP, ECU, and NFMC. Performers of his music include JACK, Hub New Music, Unheard-of//Ensemble, icarus Quartet, Hypercube, and Rhythm Method. He has been commissioned by Andrew Pelletier, the Metropolitan Orchestra of St. Louis, and the Steven Gerber Trust. He has degrees from Eastman (PhD in progress), BGSU (MM), and SIUE (BM).


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