Michael Slayton

ACE Publications

2 DREAMERS' MEADOWS (2014)
piano quartet (vln, vla, vcl, pf)

5 FIFTH PRELUDE FOR ORCHESTRA (2011)
Picc, Fl(2), Ob(2), BbCl(2), Bn(2), CtBsn, FHn(2), Tpt(2), Tr(2), BsTr, Timp, Str

7 A HIDEOUS VEIL (2010)
for percussion ensemble (6), prepared piano, and actor

8 THE IDEA OF LATE IN THE YEAR (1999)
orch: 2-pic-2-2-2; 4-2-3-1; perc; hp; str, solo mezS, SSAATTBB chorus

10 A LULLABY (2001)
SATB choir, piano

13 NIGHT AND VISAGE (NUIT ET APPARITION) (2007)
vln, cello, perc(2), pno

14 Passing Through (2012)
5-octave Marimba (three players)

15 Sechs Miniaturen für das Meer (2007)
guitar, piano

16 SONATA FOR VIOLIN AND PIANO (1998)
vln, pno

17 SONATE ‘DROYSSIG’ (2008)
pf

18 Sursum (2010)
String Quartet

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Biography: 

Michael Slayton is Associate Professor of Music Theory and Composition and Chair of the Composition/Theory Department at the Blair School of Music, Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. He was a student of Michael Horvit, Jerome Reed, David Ashley White. He is a member of the American Composers Alliance, the College Music Society, the Society of Composers, Inc., the South Central Society for Music Theory, and BMI.

Accomplishments:

Performances in Chemnitz, Zeitz, Leipzig, Droyssig, and Weimar, Germany; the Conservatoire royale de Bruxelles, Belgium; the Operafestival Kristiansund, Kristiansund, Norway; the Festival Internacional de Piano in Aviero, Portugal; the Festival International Albert Roussel in Marquette-lez-Lille, France; Tours, France; Johannesburg and Potchefstroom, South Africa; Royal Academy of Music, London; and New York, NY. Papers/lectures delivered at the Society of Composer's National Conference, Greensboro, NC; Hopewell Valley School-Performing and Visual Arts Division, Princeton, NJ; le Conservatoire royal de Bruxelles, Belgium. Publications in The International Alliance for Women in Music Journal. Author/editor of Women of Influence in Contemporary Music (Scarecrow Press, 2010).