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Nicholas Omiccioli
October 4, 2009, 9:57 pm
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Nicholas Omiccioli

Born: 1982

Current Location: Kansas City, MO

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Bio:

Nicholas S. Omiccioli (b. 1982) has received degrees from Heidelberg University and the University of Missouri-Kansas City.  He is the assistant director of Musica Nova at UMKC under the direction of Zhou Long.  Mr. Omiccioli currently studies composition with James Mobberley, Chen Yi, Paul Rudy, and additionally with João Pedro Oliveira.  His initial teachers include Brian Bevelander and Mark Olivieri.  Mr. Omiccioli has received many awards including winner and judge’s choice in the 2007, 2008, and 2009 UMKC Chamber Music Composition Competitions, 2009 DuoSolo Emerging Composer Award, Kansas City Chorale Crescendo Competition, Brian M. Israel Prize, Ars Nova Composition Award, and the Dance Rochester! Composer/Choreographer Competition.  His music has been performed by DuoSolo, the Kansas City Chorale, Society for New Music, Heidelberg New Music Festival, Regional and National College Music Society Conferences, as well as numerous SCI Conferences at the National, National Student, and Regional levels.  During the summer of 2009, Mr. Omiccioli will be a fellow at the 65th Annual Composers’ Conference at Wellesley College.  In addition to composition, Mr. Omiccioli studies guitar with Douglas Niedt and teaches at the UMKC Academy of Music and Dance.

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Insights No. 1 © 2009 by Nicholas S. Omiccioli

Podcast © 2009 No Extra Notes

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