(1940 – present)
Margaret Brouwer (b. Ann Arbor, Michigan, February 8, 1940 (1940-02-08) (age 67)) is an American composer.
Brouwer studied at Oberlin College, graduating in 1962, and received her master's degree from Michigan State University. Having started her musical career as a professional violinist with the Fort Worth Symphony and Dallas Symphony, she went on to earn her doctorate from Indiana University. Her teachers have included Donald Erb, Harvey Sollberger, Frederick Fox, and George Crumb.
In 2004, she received a Guggenheim Fellowship… read more
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