Edward P. Mascari

Edward P. Mascari (b. 1949), has composed a wide variety of orchestral, chamber, choral and pedagogical music. In addition to his work as a composer, he has been performing professionally for more than three decades and has spent nearly a quarter of a century as a private piano teacher.

Mr. Mascari is a graduate of Holy Cross College and holds Master of Music Degrees in both Jazz Studies and Classical Composition from New England Conservatory. He taught as a graduate assistant in the Theory Department at Boston University where he was enrolled in the doctoral program. His composition teachers have included William Thomas McKinley, Charles Fussell, Marjorie Merryman, and Lukas Foss.

Mr. Mascari has been the recipient of numerous commissions and awards, and his compositions have been performed and recorded in Europe as well as throughout the United States including premieres at Carnegie Recital Hall and at Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall.


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