Nicholas S. Omiccioli (b. 1982) is currently a resident with the Charlotte Street Urban Culture Project in Kansas City and production coordinator for newEar Contemporary Chamber Ensemble. He was recently awarded a 2013-14 residency at Copland House and was a finalist for the 2013 Rome Prize. His works have been performed in Canada, the United Kingdom, Italy, Austria, Lithuania, Thailand, New Zealand, China, Sweden, and throughout the United States. Nick has worked with the Jasper String Quartet, Calder Quartet, Aspen Contemporary Ensemble, Curious Chamber Players, DuoSolo, Ensemble Platypus, le Nouvel Ensemble Moderne, l’Orchestre de la francophonie, Society for New Music, and Contemporaneous among others. Nick has been commissioned by the Wellesley Composers Conference, Aspen Music Festival and School, Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival, National Arts Centre in Canada, Third Angle Ensemble. In 2014, Nick will work with the Berkeley Symphony through American Composers Orchestra Earshot New Music Readings Program and Alarm Will Sound.


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