Beavers Kevin

Composition and Music Theory

Kevin Beavers (b. 1971, Medellín, Colombia) spent his early years in Keyser, West Virginia, a small town along the Potomac River in Appalachia.  He has degrees from West Virginia University (BM) and the University of Michigan (MM and DMA) and has studied at Tanglewood Music Festival and in Amsterdam (Fulbright).  His teachers have included William Albright, Leslie Bassett, John Beall, William Bolcom, Evan Chambers, and Theo Loevendie.  Beavers has taught at the Interlochen Arts Camp, the University of Texas in Austin, and at Colorado University (Boulder).  He has been the recipient of numerous prestigious awards and commissions including the Philadelphia Orchestra’s Centennial Composition Competition, the Nissim Prize from ASCAP, and has received commissions from many major orchestras and chamber music organizations.  He has also held a three year residency with the California Symphony.  His compositions include a range of orchestral, band, chamber, and vocal works.  Additionally, Beavers is an experienced yoga teacher and practitioner.

Kevin Beavers has been a on the Composition and Music Theory Faculty at the Anton Rubinstein International Music Academy since 2013.

Weitere Dozenten

Blatow, Alla Klavier
Bondarev, Yuri Viola, Violine und Kammermusik
Kaplansky Gilad Violoncello
Leporatti, Gabriele Klavier
Proujanski, Aron Gesang
Rogers Lisa Horn
Shybayeva, Hanna Klavier
Voronin, Vassili Violine und Kammermusik
Wahl, Andreas Jazzgitarre
Weißschnur Thomas Clarinet
Lynn, Lin Korrepetition
Legelli, Ruth Flöte
Prushinskiy, Alexander Violine
Yin, Lu Klavierbegleitung
Magyar, Zsófia Oboe
Oelze, Christiane Vocal
Monakh, Olga Piano
Kubo Ayako piano

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