Brian Fitzpatrick, Associate Professor of Music, received a Masters in Music at The Hartt School of Music, University of Hartford, and his Ph.D. from Ohio University. Before arriving at Endicott he held a full-time music faculty position at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts where he earned the Junior Faculty Award for teaching and contributions to the college. He has received awards for academic excellence at Ohio University during doctoral studies.
Active as a composer and pianist Brian has written for large and small ensembles, vocal music, soloists, and electronic music. He has had formal composition studies with Robert Carl, Chinary Ung, and under Ung's tutelage with Pulitzer Prize winner George Crumb. In 1987, he won the Bayles Award for music composition. He has also received the Siegfred Scholarship prize and has been awarded the Siena scholarship on two separate occasions, first for performance and then composition.
Fitzpatrick was chosen by Pulitzer Prize winner George Perle, as a candidate for the composer's forum held at the Florida Center for the Arts. He has written music for a film-short that received honorable mention in the Athens International Film Festival in 1996. Brian Fitzpatrick has collaborated with visual artists, choreographers, and filmmakers. In 1999, Fitzpatrick was the guest composer at the Williams College New Music Festival in Williamstown, MA. In 2004 he participated in the New England Conservatory's Summer Institute for Contemporary Piano Music.
Dr. Brian Fitzpatrick's area of expertise includes: music
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