Shenandoah’s Pulitzer Prize Visiting Artist Series brings a Pulitzer Prize-winning composer to the Shenandoah campus each year, to celebrate their work and interact with the student composers and performers. Now entering it’s third year, the Pulitzer series is a highlight of each academic year, and a centerpiece of Shenandoah’s thriving new music scene.
2012-13 William Bolcom, who was awarded the prize in 1988 for his Twelve New Etudes.
2013-14 Kevin Puts, who was awarded the prize in 2012 for his opera Silent Night.
2014-15 Jennifer Higdon, who was awarded the prize in 2010 for her Violin Concerto.
Our guest for the 2015-16 season will be David Lang.
Professor Garrick Zoeter performs William Bolcom’s Clarinet Concerto with the Shenandoah Orchestra at our 2012 celebration.
For information on how to attend the Pulitzer events, please visit the Performing Arts Live website.