| || Prof. Dr. Kamran Ince
Hailed by The Los Angeles Times as "that rare composer, able to sound connected with modern music and yet still seem exotic," Kamran Ince is a force on the cutting edge of contemporary composition, bridging the East and the West. His numerous prizes include the Prix de Rome, the Guggenheim Fellowship, and the Lili Boulanger Prize. His Waves of Talya has the distinction of being named "one of the best chamber works of the 20th Century by a living composer" by Chamber Music Magazine. Born in Montana in 1960 to American and Turkish parents, Ince holds a doctorate from the Eastman School of Music, and currently serves as professor of composition at University of Memphis and as Co-Director of MIAM at Istanbul Technical University.
Courses offered: Composition Individual Instruction