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Kevin Siegfried

Music Theory

Kevin Siegfried earned his B.A. from Antioch College and his M.A. in theory/composition from The University of Iowa. He earned his D.M.A. in composition from The New England Conservatory (NEC). He was a composition fellow at the European American Musical Alliance (Paris, France) and the June in Buffalo Festival, and a teaching fellow at Harvard University, NEC and The University of Iowa.

Widely performed throughout the United States and Europe, Siegfried’s music is published by Earthsongs, ECS Publishing, G. Schirmer, and MorningStar and has been performed by leading ensembles including The Byrd Ensemble, The Cardinall’s Musick, Conspirare, The Dale Warland Singers, The Exon Singers, and the Seattle Bach Choir. Recent festival performances include the American Masterpieces Choral Festival, Llangollen International Musical Eistoddfod (Wales), Maine Festival of American Music, Minnesota Beethoven Festival, and the St. Magnus International Festival (Scotland). Siegfried is the recipient of numerous grants and awards including ASCAP, Choral Arts New England, National Endowment for the Arts, and New Hampshire State Council on the Arts. Since ­2014, he has been composer-in-residence with the Capitol Hill Chorale in Washington DC.

A member of The Boston Conservatory Theater Division faculty since 2004, Siegfried is the Coordinator of Theory and New Works, and directs the Songwriting Workshop, a two-year emphasis in the Theater Division. He served as a music director for The Boston Conservatory production of Leonard Bernstein’s Mass in 2004.


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