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Requiem (000.22) (Neuheit Tuba) Requiem is dedicated to the memory of the victims of the global pandemic in the twenty-first century Lynn Blake John was born in Washington, DC. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy from the University of Maryland and a Master’s degree in Education from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. She studied composition with Peter Williams, professor of music at the University of Wales in Swansea, and music theory at the Guildhall in London. She played the flute, oboe, and bassoon and teaches piano. Lynn won Honourable Mention in the Leonard Falcone International Euphonium and Tuba Festival, 2020, for her unaccompanied tuba solo, “Whale Songs.” Two of her works, “Songbirds” for string quartet and “Snowfall” for chamber orchestra were performed by the Ensemble de la Belle Musique in Singapore. She has written “The Little Buffalo” for the clarinet duo, AdZel, and the wind quintet, “Expedition” for the Chione Quintet in Minneapolis. Lynn works in a wide range of genres including opera, orchestral, and chamber music. Her work was characterized by “a descriptive style with a contemporary twist and a dash of humour.” She lives in Carmarthen, Wales, United Kingdom. http://www.lynnblakejohn.com AWARDS AND PRIZES Domino Ensemble, 2021, Winner, Call for Scores Trio de Bois, Ladies’ Reeding Society, 2020, winner, Call for Scores King Lear Prizes (London), 2020, Highly Commended Leonard Falcone International Euphonium and Tuba Festival Competition, Honorable Mention, 2020 COVID-19 Project for Melodica, 2020, winner, Call for Scores Wyoming Festival Violin Solo Competition, 2020, winner, Call for Scores London Contemporary Chamber Orchestra, 2020, winner, Call for Scores Works for Solo Violin Competition (by Italian violinist, Luciano Casalino, Principal 2nd violin, Oviedo Filarmonia), Honourable Mention, 2020. Cypress Clarinet Quartet Competition (Texas), 2019, First Prize Chromatic Fusion (Minneapolis), 2019, winner, Call for Scores Osmose Intermezzo (Brussels), 2019 and 2020, winner, Call for Scores Ensemble de la Belle Musique (Singapore), 2019, winner, Call for Scores for “Beauty” Concert and Christmas Concert Minute of Music Project (Arizona) “Trumpetoon” (trumpet and bassoon), 2019, First Prize Minute of Music Project (Arizona) for solo trumpet, 2019, Second Prize Spring Clarinet Recital (Emily Mehigh, Chicago), 2019, winner, Call for Scores Veridian Symphony Orchestra (California), 2019, Top Five Finalists, Call for Scores Crush Bach Cello Competition, Finalist, 2019 Cypress Clarinet Quartet Competition (Texas), 2018, Second Place Honourable Mention Wyoming Festival, 2018, Composition Fellow Wyoming Equality Award for Women Composers, 2018 Avid Certified Sibelius User, 2019 Gettysburg College Music Scholarship
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