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Austin Jaquith, Composition and Theory

Assistant Professor of Theory and Composition

Cedarville University

Education

2009, Doctor of Music in Composition, Indiana University

2005, Master of Music in Composition, University of Houston

2003, Bachelor of Music in Composition, Cleveland Institute of Music

With Academic Honors

Teaching Experience

2009-Present, Assistant Professor of Theory and Composition,         Cedarville University

2005-2008, Associate Instructor in Music Theory, Indiana University

University Service

2013, Faculty organizer of Academic Convocation Chapel

2012, Student Life Hearing Board committee member

2012, Faculty organizer of Academic Convocation Chapel

2011-2012, Faculty mentor in University Mentoring Program

2011-2012, University Assessment Pilot Project Committee

2011, University Curriculum Committee Reorganization Group (responsible for creating a new UCC structure to fit the new university organization)

2011-2012, University Curriculum Committee

Department Service

2011-2012, Search committee member for vocal/music education position

2011-2012, Created digital repository for all CU music department performances

Spring 2012, Prepared NASM response regarding chamber music requirements

Summer 2012, Director of Cedarville University’s Summer Music Camp

Curricular Development

2012, Developed online version of THMU 1010, Introduction to Music Theory

2010-2013, Developed curriculum and purchased equipment for Cedarville University’s new music technology minor

Professional Affiliations

American Music Center

Society of Composers, Inc.

Awards/Honors

2014, Finalist, Christian Worldview Film Festival Film Scoring Competition

2011, Semifinalist, Bone Therapy Trombone Ensemble Composition Contest (Shades of Red)

2011, Selected as Participant, University of Central Missouri New Music Festival (Shades of Red)

2011, Selected as Participant, ACO Earshot Readings with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra (Blaze of Autumn)

2010, Selected as Participant, SCI Region V Conference, Augustana College (String Quartet No. 2)

2010, Selected as Participant, Christian Fellowship of Art Music Composers National Conference, (performance of Quintet for Brass) Indiana Wesleyan University, Marion Indiana 

2009, The Dean’s Prize in Orchestral Composition, Indiana University (Blaze of Autumn)

2008, Selected as Participant, Christian Fellowship of Art Music Composers National Conference (Peer Review Session, Magnificat), Indiana Wesleyan University

2007, Emil and Ruth Beyer Composition Award (NFMC): Chamber Music Category, 1st   Place (String Quartet No. 3)

2007, Selected as Participant, Midwest Composer’s Symposium (String Quartet No. 3), Indiana University

2006, Kuttner String Quartet Competition (Indiana University), 1st Place (String Quartet No. 3)

2005, SCI/ASCAP Composition Commission, Regional Winner (Region VI) (String Quartet No. 2)

2005, Selected as participant, SCI Region IV Conference (Prelude, for Orchestra), University of Texas at San Antonio

Publications 

2013, ‘Ballad for Solo Clarinet’ published by Jeanne, Inc.

2012, ‘Shades of Red’ for trumpet ensemble published by Triplo Press

Recordings

2013, “The One and the Many,” a recording of my chamber works, released by Enharmonic Records.

2013, “Quintet for Brass,” recorded on “Spires” by the Mirari Brass Quintet.

Performances

February 2014, ‘Kinesis’, Dayton Philharmonic Youth Orchestra, Patrick Reynolds Conducting, Ohio Music Educators Association Annual Conference, Columbus, OH

December 2013, ‘Kinesis’, Dayton Philharmonic Youth Orchestra, Patrick Reynolds Conducting, Schuster Center, Dayton, OH

September 2013,‘Chamber Concertino’, CU Faculty Ensemble, Cedarville University, OH

August 2013, ‘Overture: Great Expectations’, CU Brass Ensemble, Cedarville University, OH

April 2013, ‘Chamber Concertino’, CU Faculty Ensemble, Cedarville University, Ohio

February 2012, Quintet for Brass (II. Meditation), Mirari Brass Quintet, University of Louisiana, Lafayette 

February 2012, Quintet for Brass (II. Meditation), Mirari Brass Quintet, University of Louisiana, Monroe 

October 2011, Quintet for Brass, Faculty Brass Quintet, Indiana State University, Indiana State University 45th Contemporary Music Festival, Terre Haute, IN

April 2011, Ballad for Solo Clarinet, Bruce Curlette, clarinet, Ohio University Clarinet Gala 2011

April 2011, Ballad for Solo Clarinet, Bruce Curlette, clarinet, Cedarville University Recital Hall

April 2011, Shades of Red, University of Central Missouri Trumpet Ensemble, Allan Wenger, Director, University of Central Missouri, Hart Recital Hall

April 2011, Ascension, Cedarville University Symphonic Band, Michael DiCuirci, Director, Cedarville University

February 2011, Quintet for Brass, Mirari Brass Quintet, Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, IN

February 2011, Kinesis, El Paso Youth Symphony, Andy Moran, conductor, Las Cruces, TX

February 2011, Blaze of Autumn, Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, Matthew Kraemer conducting

November 2010, Quintet for Brass, Mirari Brass Quintet, Southwestern Tour, multiple venues

November 7, 2010, Kinesis, El Paso Youth Symphony, Andy Moran, conductor, El Paso, TX

November 4, 2010, Quintet for Brass, DaCamera Brass Quintet, Ball State University, Muncie, IN

October 16, 2010, Quintet for Brass, mvt. 2, CFAMC Bi-Annual Conference, Indiana Wesleyan University, Marion, IN

October 1, 2010, String Quartet No. 2, mvt. I, SCI Region V conference, Augustana College, Rock Island, IL

June 2010, Shades of Red, on a prelude concert at the International Trumpet Guild’s Annual Conference, Sydney, Australia

March 20, 2010, Quintet for Brass, as part of a concert by the Mirari Brass Quintet, Cedarville University, Ohio

March 19, 2010, Quintet for Brass, as part of a concert by the Mirari Brass Quintet, Youngstown State, Ohio

March 14, 2010, Quintet for Brass, as part of a concert by the Mirari Brass Quintet Bemus Point United Methodist Church

March 8, 2010, Quintet for Brass, as part of a concert by the Mirari Brass Quintet, Indiana University, Indiana

 

 

Composer for Concert and Film