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Eastman School of Music

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Founded 1921 by George Eastman. Part of the University of Rochester.

Location:
Rochester, NY

Founding Date:
1921

Enrollment:
900

Official Website:
http://www.esm.rochester.edu/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Angelo Badalamenti
Composer
22-Mar-1937   Scored several David Lynch films
Nicholson Baker
Author
7-Jan-1957   Double Fold
Renée Fleming
Singer
14-Feb-1959   The Beautiful Voice
Paul Horgan
Author
1-Aug-1903 8-Mar-1995 Great River: The Rio Grande
Irene Manning
Actor
17-Jul-1912 28-May-2004 Yankee Doodle Dandy
Mitch Miller
Musician
4-Jul-1911 31-Jul-2010 Sing Along with Mitch
Stu Phillips
Composer
9-Sep-1929   Television composer, Knight Rider
Lance Reddick
Actor
31-Dec-1969   Desmond Mobay on Oz
Charles Strouse
Composer
7-Jun-1928   Bye Bye Birdie
Vladimir Ussachevsky
Composer
3-Nov-1911 2-Jan-1990 Tape music composer
William Warfield
Singer
22-Jan-1920 25-Aug-2002 Porgy and Bess

TEACHERS AND PROFESSORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Eugene Goossens III
Conductor
24-May-1893 13-Jun-1962 Cincinnati Symphony, 1931-46
Martha Graham
Dancer
11-May-1894 1-Apr-1991 Innovator of modern dance
Nicolas Slonimsky
Musicologist
27-Apr-1894 25-Dec-1995 Preeminent musicologist

ADMINISTRATORS AND TRUSTEES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Howard Hanson
Composer
28-Oct-1896 26-Feb-1981 Symphony No. 4
Walter Hendl
Conductor
12-Jan-1917 10-Apr-2007 Music Director, Dallas Symphony, 1949-58
Sol Linowitz
Business
17-Dec-1913 18-Mar-2005 Negotiated return of the Panama Canal


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