John Liberatore
Composer

Biography
John Liberatore is a composer and pianist living in Southern New York State. Described as "enchanting" by the Boston Classical Review, his works have been performed at venues around the world, such as the International Viola Congress, the Hindemith Centre, the American Cultural Institute of Peru, and the Four Seasons Centre of Toronto. This November, a new dramatic work, commissioned by the Washington National Opera, will premiere at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. Other recent and upcoming engagements include collaborations with Dinosaur Annex, Third Coast Percussion, and the Finnish chamber ensemble Trio Ramifications. He is the recipient of a 2011 Tanglewood composer's fellowship, two ASCAP Morton Gould Awards, and invitations from the I-Park Artist's Enclave, the Brush Creek Arts Foundation, the MusicX Festival, and the Bowdoin Music Festival. In 2012, received a Presser Music Award, which funded an extended residency in Tokyo, Japan. He holds degrees from the Eastman School of Music and Syracuse University and currently teaches at the University of Pittsburgh in Bradford.

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