Dr. Rob Deemer
Dr. Rob Deemer
Mason Hall 3162
Doctor of Musical Arts, University of Texas at Austin
Recipient of the 2018 ASCAP Deems Taylor/Virgil Thomson Internet Award, Rob Deemer is a composer, conductor, educator, author, and advocate. His works have been commissioned and performed by the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, the President’s Own Marine Band, the U.S. Army Orchestra, the wind ensembles at the University of Texas and the University of Missouri at Kansas City, the Rasçher Saxophone Quartet, loadbang, Akropolis Reed Quintet, Gaudete Brass, cellist Jeffrey Zeigler, violinists Holly Mulcahy and Cornelius Dufallo, soprano Tony Arnold, flutist Lindsay Goodman, and saxophonist Zach Shemon. His work as an advocate for underrepresented composers led him to create the Institute for Composer Diversity. As an author, Deemer has become well known for his writings for NewMusicBox, Sequenza21, and the New York Times. Deemer is a Professor and the Head of Composition at the State University of New York at Fredonia.
By Appointment (please connect via email)
Music Composition, with specializations in composition within K-12 music education, introducing educators and performers to composing, instrumentation, orchestration, film music, notation, collaborative composition, music of the 21st Century
Composition - solo, chamber, choral, wind ensemble, orchestra, and dramatic works; composer diversity with focuses on women composers and composers of color; contemporary composers and their role in today's society; social media and technology in the classroom
- "Improving Shared Governance through Bylaws, Technology, and Collaboration," SUNY Press (2017).