Joaquin Maria Nin-Culmell
(1908 – 2004)
Joaquin Maria Nin-Culmell short biography
An internationally renowned concert pianist, composer, conductor and professor at the University of California, Joaquin Nin-Culmell studied at the Schola Cantorum and the Paris Conservatoire, winning the first prize in 1934. Nin was a student of Manuel de Falla. In 1939, Nin-Culmell settled in the United States. Nin was appointed professor at Middlebury College in Vermont and then assumed professorship at UC Berkeley. Nin-Culmell was commissioned by the French government to write organ music and Symphony of Mysteries for organ and choir.
More Cello sheet music download on EveryNote.com
Cello sheet music download on EveryNote.com