Dr. Gregg Wramage

Dr. Gregg Wramage


Lecturer in Music
E-mail: gwramage@caldwell.edu

B.M. Manhattan School of Music
M.M. Manhattan School of Music
M.A. Rutgers University
D.M.A. CUNY Graduate Center

Widely recognized as one of the leading composers of his generation, Gregg Wramage received both the 2007 Copland House Sylvia Goldstein Award and the 2008 international EAMA Prize – a $10,000 award – for his recent orchestral work, “La tristesse durera”. Millennium Symphony’s recording of “La tristesse durera” was released in 2008, on the first volume of ERM Media’s “Made in the Americas” CD Series.

North/South Consonance Chamber Orchestra premiered Mr. Wramage’s first symphony in New York in 2008, and his music has also been performed by performed by Aspen Sinfonia, eighth blackbird, Collage New Music, New Jersey Symphony, Cabrillo Festival Orchestra, Friends and Enemies of New Music, American Composers Orchestra, Minnesota Orchestra, American Opera Projects, Third Millennium Ensemble, and pianists Bruce Levingston (Lincoln Center), and Carine Gutlerner (Weill Recital Hall and Paris). He has been a fellow at Yaddo, Copland House, the Wurlitzer Foundation, the MacDowell Colony, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and Atlantic Center for the Arts; and received the NMYE Josef Alexander Award, the Delius Festival Award, the Starer Prize, the Katz Composition Prize, the Druckman Prize, and a N.J. State Arts Council Individual Artist Grant. His music has been recorded on Capstone Records and published by Southern Music.