Paul Moravec, recipient of the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for Music, is the composer of numerous orchestral, chamber, choral, operatic, and lyric pieces. His music has earned the Rome Prize Fellowship, a Guggenheim Fellowship, three awards from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Rockefeller Foundation. A graduate of Harvard College and Columbia University, he has taught at Columbia, Dartmouth, and Hunter College and currently holds the position of university professor at Adelphi University. He was the 2013 Paul Fromm Composer-in-Residence at the American Academy in Rome, recently served as artist-in-residence at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, and was recently elected to membership in the American Philosophical Society. Mr. Moravec is frequently commissioned by notable ensembles and major music institutions, and his upcoming premieres include The King’s Man and Amorisms. Last season included the New York Premiere of The Blizzard Voices, with the Oratorio Society of New York at Carnegie Hall, and the premieres of his Violin Concerto with Maria Bachmann, Symphony in C, and Shakuhachi Concerto with James Schlefer and the Orchestra of the Swan. Other recent premieres included Danse Russe; Brandenburg Gate, with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra at Carnegie Hall; Piano Quintet, with Jeremy Denk and the Lark Quartet; and Wind Symphony. Mr. Moravec’s discography includes Northern Lights Electric, an album of his orchestral music with the Boston Modern Orchestra Project. His chamber music albums include Tempest Fantasy, with Trio Solisti and clarinetist David Krakauer; The Time Gallery, with eighth blackbird; Cool Fire, with the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival; and Useful Knowledge, with soprano Amy Burton, baritone Randall Scarlata, Trio Solisti, and La Fenice Quintet.