Recipient of the 2019 Pentland Prize in composition, Carl Winter is a composer based in Vancouver, Canada. He has studied composition with Christopher Butterfield, Robin de Raaff and Owen Underhill and interactive technology/electroacoustic music with Arne Eigenfeldt and Chris Dobrian. Performances and workshop sessions include Arraymusic Young Composers Workshop in Toronto, Jean Coulthard Reading Sessions with Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and by Turning Point Ensemble, cellist Marina Hasselberg for Sonic Boom Festival and most recently by trumpeter JP Carter at SFU School of Contemporary Arts, Vancouver. He has written for both chamber and orchestral settings and has just finished recording "Sub-Infinity", his third CD of chamber works. Contact Carl if you'd like to purchase scores and parts for performance. Here are 40 recordings, some are student performances (thanks to all who participated) while most (for contractual reasons or not yet premiered) use samples of the Vienna Symphonic Library, Garritan Instruments for Finale and Sibelius sample library.
Copyright 2000-2018, Carl Winter.
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