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Meira Warshauer
Composing from the Jewish Soul

Meira Warshauer studied composition with Mario Davidovsky, Jacob Druckman, William Thomas McKinley, and Gordon Goodwin. Her works have been performed and recorded to critical acclaim throughout the United States and in Israel, Europe, South America, and Asia. Critics have described her music as "spiritually ecstatic, beautifully-felt...representation of (the) mystical creative process."  She has received numerous awards from ASCAP as well as the American Music Center, Meet the Composer, and the South Carolina Arts Commission. She was awarded an Artist Fellowship in Music by the S.C. Arts Commission in 1994, and in 2000, received the first Art and Cultural Achievement Award from the Jewish Historical Society of South Carolina. A graduate of Harvard (magna cum laude), with three degrees from the New England Conservatory of Music and her doctorate from the University of South Carolina, Dr. Warshauer is an Associate Music Faculty member at Columbia College, Columbia, SC. Her innovative course, "The Healing Art of Music," is a cross-cultural, multidisciplinary approach to the experience of music as a source of healing.
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Ms. Warshauer has received commissions from the Dayton (Ohio) Philharmonic, the South Carolina Philharmonic (three orchestra works), the Zamir Chorale of Boston in consortium with the Rottenberg Chorale (NYC), Zemer Chai (Washington, DC), Gratz College (Philadelphia), and Kol Dodi (New Jersey); the Wilmington(NC) Choral Society, Congregation Children of Israel (Augusta, GA), Temple Israel (Natick, MA), Columbia College, University of South Carolina, Upton Trio, Cantors Assembly, clarinetist Richard Nunemaker, violinist Daniel Heifetz, and flutist Paula Robison. Her CDs include the soundtrack to the documentary Land of Promise: The Jews of South Carolina and Spirals of Light, chamber music and poetry (by Ani Tuzman) on themes of enlightenment, on the Kol Meira label, and Revelation for orchestra, included on Robert Black Conducts, MMC.  Paula Robison and percussionist Cyro Baptista recorded Warshauer's Bati l'Gani (I entered my garden) on Robison's CD, Places of the Spirit. released by the Pucker Gallery, Boston, in 2003.  YES! for clarinet and orchestra, written for and recorded by Richard Stoltzman and the Warsaw Philharmonic, is scheduled forrelease by MMC in 2005. 

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