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Marc McAneny

Composition Faculty

Marc McAneny brings eighteen years of teaching and professional experience to working with aspiring musicians. He has taught at Northwestern and Brandeis universities, as well as Buffalo State, Canisius, and Daemen colleges. His composition, Summation, won the Northwestern University Philharmonia Orchestral competition in 1996, and he was awarded a Theodore Presser Scholarship as an undergraduate in 1994. From 1997-99, Marc was the producer, music director, and DJ for "The Contemporary Classical Show" on WNUR radio in Evanston, IL. He has worked as a recording session producer for New Focus Recordings and written liner notes for the Bridge and Albany record labels. He has also written program notes for the Dilijan Concert Series in Los Angeles as well as for the Slee Sinfonietta, the HEARD Ensemble, and A Musical Feast concert series.

For fifteen years, Professor McAneny worked as a professional keyboardist in Chicago and Los Angeles. Joining the faculty of the Boston Conservatory in 2012, he now teaches the music composition program's two-year course sequence in instrumentation and orchestration. Marc received his graduate degree in music composition from Northwestern University in 1996 and currently lives in Somerville, MA.

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