Q&A with Composer Tania León

Curtis’s 2021-22 Composer in Residence interviewed in Overtones

From the Spring 2022 Issue
By Nick DiBerardino

The Cuban-born composer Tania León discusses her teaching philosophy, winning the Pulitzer Prize in music, and industry-wide efforts to make classical music more inclusive.

Read the Q&A HERE.


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