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Keith Allan Kramer, composer, recording engineer and guitarist, currently resides in Boston, Massachusetts. He has taught at Central Connecticut State University, Towson University, University of Miami, University of Maryland College Park and Harford Community College. Keith has over 20 years of private guitar teaching experience and has been freelance jazz guitarist and guitar instructor since 1992. His compositions are performed frequently throughout the U.S. as well as recent performances in Italy, Canada and Czech Republic. He has studied composition with Thomas DeLio, John Van der Slice and Stuart Saunders Smith. Keith received his D.M.A. from the University of Miami and his M.Mus. from the University of Maryland, College Park. His music has been performed and recorded by the Slovak National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Kirk Trevor, the Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Vit Micka, David Taylor, Leonard Garrison, Trio Casals and many others. Recent performances of his work include two highly successful all-Kramer programs at New York’s Merkin Hall, documented on the DVD Beyond Sonic Boundaries Live!. Additional all-Kramer releases include the critically acclaimed albums Causal Dualism and Emerge on the Navona label. The title track of Emerge is a twenty-minute orchestral work that is also heard on the Navona release Mementos. Keith’s work Sogni was recently premièred by acclaimed British pianist Martin Jones and a recent European première of his work Rinnovo, for piano and percussion, featured internationally renowned pianist Anna D'Errico. Keith’s work Suspension of Disbelief for piano trio enjoyed its New York City première at Carnegie Hall in 2019.  |
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