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Mr. N. Hanks Lincoln

Professor of Music

Pepperdine University

HQ Phone: (310) 506-4000

Pepperdine University

24255 Pacific Coast Highway # 4360

Malibu, California 90263

United States

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Pepperdine University is an independent, medium-sized university enrolling approximately 7,700 students in five colleges and schools. more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Member of the Composition Faculty
Interlochen Summer Arts Camp

Founding Member
The Concord Ensemble

Cofounder
The Concord Ensemble

Education


early music performance practice
Indiana University's Early Music Institute

Bachelor Degree

Lipscomb University

Doctorate
Composition
Indiana University

Master's degree

Lipscomb University

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N. Lincoln Hanks :: Composer, Singer

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Lincoln's music has been featured on the North/South Consonance, Cutting Edge, and Boston New Music Initiative concert series, as well as many others. In 2010 he was honored as a finalist in the Lilly Fellows Program Arlin G. Meyer Prize for his opera/oratorio, Tegel Passion. In September of 2015, pianist Paul Barnes, long-time champion of contemporary piano music, will release a new CD of music by living composers that will feature Lincoln's monumental and virtuosic Monstre sacré.
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Lincoln is also a tenor and countertenor and sings professionally in the Los Angeles area, performing with illustrious ensembles such as Ciaramella, Tesserae, Musica Angelica, and The Concord Ensemble, an award-winning vocal chamber group he co-founded. A proponent of a cappella music, Lincoln co-directs The Ascending Voice: an International Symposium of Sacred A Cappella Music, a triennial academic conference and music festival. As the Blanche E. Seaver Professor of Fine Arts, he directs the music composition program at Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA.
N. Lincoln Hanks was raised in Muscatine, Iowa and attended college in Nashville, TN at Lipscomb University, where he studied piano with Jerome Reed. His masters and doctoral work in music composition were completed at Indiana University - Bloomington, where he studied composition with Don Freund, Frederick Fox, and Claude Baker. Many distinguished performing artists and groups have commissioned and performed his work, including the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, the Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic Orchestra, the Cyprus String Quartet, The Dale Warland Singers, and San Francisco's premiere vocal ensemble, Volti. Lincoln's music has been featured on the North/South Consonance, Cutting Edge, and Boston New Music Initiative concert series, as well as many others. In 2010 he was honored as a finalist in the Lilly Fellows Program Arlin G. Meyer Prize for his opera/oratorio, Tegel Passion. In September of 2015, pianist Paul Barnes, long-time champion of contemporary piano music, will release a new CD of music by living composers that will feature Lincoln's monumental and virtuosic Monstre sacré.
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Lincoln is also a tenor and countertenor and sings professionally in the Los Angeles area, performing with illustrious ensembles such as Ciaramella, Tesserae, Musica Angelica, and The Concord Ensemble, an award-winning vocal chamber group he co-founded. A proponent of a cappella music, Lincoln co-directs The Ascending Voice: an International Symposium of Sacred A Cappella Music, a triennial academic conference and music festival. As the Blanche E. Seaver Professor of Fine Arts, he directs the music composition program at Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA.


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N. Lincoln Hanks, Professor of Music Pepperdine University

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A professional singer and composer, N. Lincoln Hanks thrives in the outer regions of the music spectrum. He studied composition at Indiana University with Don Freund, Frederick Fox, and Claude Baker, and he studied with John Harbison at the Aspen Music Festival. Among his many recognitions and awards, Lincoln has won the Contemporary Choral Composition Competition from The Roger Wagner Center for Choral Studies and an ASCAP award, and he was recently honored as a finalist in the Lilly Fellows Program Arlin G. Meyer Prize for his oratorio, Tegel Passion. His music has been described by the New York Times as "energetic" and full of "musical twists. Many distinguished performing artists and groups, including pianist Paul Barnes, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, the Cypress String Quartet, and the Dale Warland Singers, have performed his music. Recently his works have been featured on North/South Concerts, the Cutting Edge New Music Festival, the Boston New Music Initiative concert series, and the Piccolo Spoleto Festival.
Studying early music performance practice with Thomas Binkley and Paul Hillier at Indiana University's Early Music Institute, Lincoln was a cofounder of The Concord Ensemble, an a cappella group that won the first annual Grand Prize in the Early Music America/Dorian Records Competition.


Composer Biographical Sketches

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N. Lincoln Hanks completed his Bachelor and Master's degrees from Lipscomb University, in Nashville, Tennessee, and later moved to Bloomington where he is finishing his Doctorate in Composition at Indiana University.

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His recognitions include being named National Collegiate Winner of the M.T.N.A. Composition Competition in 1993 and was also awarded in 1997 the Indiana University School of Music Dean's Prize in Composition; Mr. Hanks has also been a participating composer in the 1997 Chorus America National Conference, and has been recently selected to participate as a commissioned composer in the Dale Warland Singers New Choral Music Program. As an active vocalist, Mr. Hanks is a founding member of The Concord Ensemble.


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