NICK STRIMPLE
Composer   -   Conductor   -   Scholar   -   Author

Strimple Recording with the London Symphony Orchestra

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

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Anne Pearson

a.pearson.la@gmail.com

 

(l-r) Zubin Mehta, Nick Strimple, Karl-Walter Boehm, Harold Enns, Robert Tear
and Hans Hotter taking bows following a Los Angeles Philharmonic concert, 1977.
(photo courtesy of Bradford Calhoun)

 

PUBLISHERS

Books published by:

Amadeus Press

Cambridge University Press

Catholic University Press

Pendragon Press

 

Compositions published by:

Alfred Music

ECS Publishing

Hal Leonard

Inéllis Choral Imprints

Laurendale Associates

nlsMusic (distributed by LYP Music)

Oxford University Press

Pavane Publishing

Shawnee Press

 

RECORDINGS

Hal Leonard

Milken Archive

Music & Arts

Naxos

4Tay Records

 

GROUPS

Western ACDA

www.acda.org/western/

 

California ACDA

www.acdacal.org

 

Jewish Music Commission of Los Angeles

www.jmcla.org

 

Los Angeles Zimriyah Chorale

www.lazc.org

 

The David Nowakowsky Foundation

www.aboutus.org/Nowakowskyfoundation.com

 

University of Southern California (USC)

Thornton School of Music

Department of Choral and Sacred Music

 

(l-r) Anne Pearson, Nick Strimple, and Elizabeth Vendely following the 2008 Interfaith Symposium and Concert in Beverly Hills, CA, 2008. (photo courtesy of JMCLA)

 

 

NEWS

2016

Strimple to be honored at December event.

Strimple received Baylor University Center for Christian Music Studies' Exemplary Leadership in Christian Music Award at Baylor’s annual Alleluia Conference.

 

2015

Strimple was in-residence at Cambridge University Queens' College, and was a Visiting Scholar/Clinician at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth.

 

Jewish Resistance Against the Nazisearns the "Read Award" from the Jewish Book Council, and awards from Choice Magazine (Outstanding Academic Titles, 2014) and the Association of American University Presses (2015 University Press Books for Public and Secondary School Libraries).

 

August 2014 - Israel

Strimple lectured in Israel at the International Viktor Ullman Conference.

 

2013

Strimple conducted the Choral Society of Southern California, the Los Angeles Zimriyah Chorale, the YMF Debut Orchestra, and Cantor Ira Bigeleisen in a Milken Archive of Jewish Music recording of Maurice Rauch's Oib nit noch hecher.

 

January 2013 - Baylor University

Strimple received the Distinguished Alumni Award from Baylor University.

 

July 2012 - Berlin

The President of Germany was among the dignitaries present as Strimple shared the Berliner Dom podium with Domkantor Tobias Brommann in a festive interfaith concert featuring the Berliner Dom choir and soloists from the Cantors Assembly.

 

February 2012 - Reno

Strimple led the opening night Interfaith Convocation at the Western Division Conference of the ACDA in Reno, Nevada.

 

BOOK HIGHLIGHTS

Nick Strimple's book Choral Music in the Twentieth CenturyChoral Music in the 20th  Century

"Full of insight, analysis, and informed opinion. Strimple has done us a huge service with this consolidation of the last century's choral literature." [Timothy Sharpe, Choral Journal, October 2003]

 

Nick Strimple's book Choral Music in the Nineteenth CenturyChoral Music in the 19th Century

"Strimple's writing is clear, lively and often opinionated." [William Weinert, American Choral Review, Spring 2009] Order at Amazon.com

 

Nick Strimple's book Choral Music in the Nineteenth CenturyJewish Resistance Against the Nazis

In his chapter, Strimple surveys the importance of music as a vehicle for resistance. Order at Catholic University Press

 

 

The Cambridge Companion to Choral Music

Nick Strimple contributed the chapter on choral music in the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries.

 

Liszt: A Chorus of Voices

The chapter on Liszt's choral music is an interview with Nick Strimple.

 

 

 

 

 

Dvořák in America 1892 - 1895

Strimple contributed the chapter on Dvořák's Te Deum and American Flag cantata.

 

 

PHOTOS FROM THE ARCHIVE

Nick Strimple and Cindy Crawford following a concert in Beverly Hills, 2007.

 
 

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