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Sheet music for Dinos Constantinides
Euphonium solo, unaccompanied - Grade 6 - Digital Download
Composed by Dinos Constantinides (1929-). Solo music. 5 pages. Published by Cimarron Music Press - Digital (CX.CM0152).
Euphonium solo with piano - Grade 5 - Digital Download
Composed by Dinos Constantinides (1929-). Solo music. 18 pages. Published by Cimarron Music Press - Digital (CX.CM0106).
Euphonium Solo with Piano - Digital Download
Composed by Dinos Constantinides (1929-). Solo music. Solo part and piano score. Published by Cimarron Music Press (CX.CM106).
Euphonium solo, unaccompanied - Grade 6
Composed by Dinos Constantinides (1929-). Published by Cimarron Music Press (BV.152).
Composed by Dinos Constantinides (1929-). Chamber Music. Part. Published by Seesaw Music Corp (SS.50004730).
SATB Choir & Piano (or Organ)
Composed by Dinos Constantinides (1929-). Choral. Choral Octavo. Published by Seesaw Music Corp (SS.50004620).
The music of Dinos Constantinides has been performed throughout the world. He is the recipient of many grants, commissions, and awards, including first prize in the 1981 Brooklyn College International Chamber Opera Competition and the 1985 First Midwest Chamber Opera Conference. He also received the 1985 American New Music Consortium Distringuished Service Award, the 1989 Glen Award of L’Ensemble of New York, several Meet the Composer grants and numerous ASCAP Standard Awards. In 1994 he was honored with a Distinguished Teacher Award by the White House Commission on Presidential Scholars. He currently resides in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Many of his works are available through Conners Publications.
[From his page at http://music.lsu.edu]
Dinos has written over 230 compositions, most of them published, for all mediums including his opera Intimations winner of two Awards, his opera Antigone and six symphonies of which the 2nd Symphony earned him the Artist of the Year Award of Louisiana.
Constantinides has served on the Board of Directors of many national societies in the USA, including the Society of Composers (SCI), College Music Society, National Composers of USA and Music Teacher National Association (MTNA). He is a member of ASCAP and has been an evaluator for the MacArthur Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
He was educated in Greece at the Ioannina, Greek, and Athens Conservatories and in the USA at the universities of Indiana, Michigan State and the Juilliard School. His teachers included Tony Schultze, Marios Varvoglis, Yannis Papaioannou, Leda Kouroukli, Olga Menjou, George Lykoudis, Ivan Galamian, Dorothy DeLay and Josef Gingold. Constantinides was a member of the violin section of the State Orchestra of Athens in Greece for over 10 years, and played in the Indianapolis Symphony and Baton Rouge Symphony (Concertmaster) in the USA for many years.
He is presently Boyd Professor, the highest academic rank at Louisiana State University, head of the Composition area, and Music Director of the Louisiana Sinfonietta.
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