Zack Browning


Zack Browning (b. 1953, Atlanta, GA) is a Professor of Music Composition and Theory at the University of Illinois and Chair of the Composition-Theory Division. He received his Bachelors Degree from Florida State University and his Masters and Doctorate from the University of Illinois.

Active as a composer, conductor, and performer, Browning has played trumpet with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and served as co-director of the Atlanta New Music Ensemble. He was Visiting Artist for the North Carolina Arts Council. He has received grants from Meet The Composer, National Endowment for the Arts, ASCAP, and the Georgia, Illinois and North Carolina Arts Councils. His composition In Time received first prize in the Arts '96 Midwest Composers Competition and Honorable Mention in the International New Music Composers Competition. In addition, Quintet for Winds was a finalist for the Politis Competition Prize and his work Impact Addiction recently received Honorable Mention for the 1998 Auros Group for Contemporary Music Composition Competition. Browning has also been awarded an Arnold O. Beckman Research Award from the University of Illinois for his work in computer music composition. His music has been performed at such festivals as the Asian Contemporary Music Festival (Korea), Atlanta New Music Festival (Atlanta), Bang On A Can (New York), Festival of New Music (Ireland), Imagine'94 (Memphis), PAIN New Music Festival (Illinois), and SCAN '97 (Small Computers in the Arts Network, Philadelphia).

Browning is a member of ASCAP and his music is published by Manduca Music Publications and Brixton Publications, and is recorded on Calcante Recordings, Capstone Records, Coronet Records and Veriatza Records.

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