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Richard Montalto

Professor of Music

Mississippi University for Women

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Mississippi University for Women

1100 College St

Columbus, Mississippi,39701

United States

Company Description

Mississippi University for Women was chartered in 1884, it made educational history as the first state-supported college for women in America. Originally known as The Industrial Institute and College (II&C), this institution was created by the Mississippi Legi...more

Background Information

Affiliations

National Association of Composers , USA

Board Member


Virginia Music Teachers Association

Board Member


Education

Columbus , MS

Mississippi University for Women


degrees

composition

University of New Orleans


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History

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Works by Kenneth Jacobs, Roger Vogel, Thomas McKinley, Allen Molineux, Jon Nelson, Dennis Kam, Steve Hicken, Glenn Lemieux, James Sain, Stella Sung, Richard Montalto, and John White were featured on the evening Composers' Concert.
Composers represented at the Composers' Concert from the Southern chapter included: Tayloe Harding, Stella Sung, Gerald Farmer, Dinos Constantinides, Richard Montalto, and Kenneth Benoit. One CMS Composers' Concert involving fifteen performers programmed works by Stella Sung, Ron Parks, Richard Montalto, Roger Vogel, David Durant, James Guthrie, Thomas McKinley and Dennis Kam. Featured works on the Composers' Concerts were by Kenneth Jacobs, Bernd Franke, Ron Parks, Mark Francis, Gary Smoke, Mike Coleman, Jerry Seig, Richard Montalto, Daniel Taddie, Lawrence Sherr, Thomas Grassano, Fred De Sena, Tayloe Harding, and Roger Vogel. New officers elected were Ann Taddie, President-Elect; Richard Montalto, Secretary-Treasurer; and Nancy Barry, President. Three Composers' Concerts featured works by Stella Sung, Mark Prince Lee, Jo Alexandre, Allen Molineux, Frank Clark, Mark Francis, Kenneth Jacobs, Dinos Constantinides, Richard Montalto, Al Benner, Robert Donahue, Kari Jussela, Robert Placek, James Sain, and Roger Vogel. Southern Chapter composers represented on the two Composers' Concerts were Roger Vogel, Luigi Zaninelli, Dinos Constantinides, and Richard Montalto. The 1996 Southern Chapter meeting will be in Columbus, MS, at Mississippi University for Women, with Richard Montalto as host. 1996, Columbus, MS. Richard Montalto hosted the Southern Chapter meeting February 22-24 in Columbus, Mississippi, at Mississippi University for Women, with President Nancy Barry and Secretary-Treasurer Richard Montalto conducting the business meeting. The following composers were represented at two Composers' Concerts during the meeting: Al Benner, David Candill, Dinos Constantinides, David Durant, Kenneth Jacobs, Stephen Lias, Chris Culver, Mark Francis, Carl Johnson, Kari Jussela, Mark Prince Lee, Richard Montalto, Robert Placek, Rebecca Danner Remley, and Roger Vogel. Outgoing Southern Chapter officers this year were Nancy Barry, President, and Richard Montalto, Secretary-Treasurer, when the Southern Chapter met at the University of Miami, February 13-15, with Ray Barr as host. Montalto compiled a useful list, later mailed to members, of the fifty-nine registrants, including their addresses, phone and fax numbers. Montalto would be editor for the abstracts. Longer Composers' Concerts featured the works of Kenneth Jacobs, Mark Lee, Richard Montalto, Ferdinando De Sena, Jesse Ayers, Orlando Garcia, John White, Stella Sung, and Roger Vogel.


Mississippi Co-OPERA for Education Full Committee List

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Richard Montalto


www.music.org

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Richard Montalto (Mississippi University for Women)
"Virtual Mirrors: Course Materials on the Internet and/or Intranets" To Confront and Ancient Night (tape) by Richard Montalto (Mississippi University for Women),


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Dr. Richard Montalto
Dr. Richard Montalto COLUMBUS, Miss.-Jazz compositions by Mississippi University for Women professor Richard Montalto will be the centerpiece of a Tuesday [March 26] concert at the university. The free 7:30 p.m. event in the Connie Sills Kossen Auditorium of Poindexter Hall is titled "It's Not What You Think: Jazz Compositions of Richard Montalto." Montalto, who will play bass, will be joined by tenor saxophonist Doug Thomas, trombonist Clifton Taylor, keyboardist David Reese and drummer Robert Damm. Montalto, who has performed with jazz groups across the United States, South America and Europe, said the concert will represent "the first jazz works I have written in more than 20 years." A native of New Orleans, he holds degrees in composition from the University of New Orleans, Tulane University and the University of North Texas. He joined the MUW faculty in 1988 and currently serves as principal bass for the Starkville/MSU Symphony. As a composer, he has earned many awards, including an ASCAP Grants to Young Composers Award for his "Symphony for Wind Ensemble," yearly ASCAP awards since 1982 and a Mississippi Artist Fellowship for his "Symphony #2."


The College Music Society - Regional Conferences

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Quiet Waters by Rick Montalto (Mississippi University for Women),


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