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Remembering Steven Stucky: An Interview from 2005, the year of his Pulitzer award

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Editor's Note: This piece was written on April 21, 2005, the year Steven Stucky won the Pulitzer Prize for his Second Concerto. We have chosen to leave it as a snapshot in time; a lot happened to this marvelous composer since that time. The piece originally appeared in The Cornell Chronicle and I remember well sitting with Steve in his DeWitt Mall studio and his studio at Cornell discussing the piece and the wiles of modern composing. For a recent tribute in the wake of his recent death, please see . He was a warm and humble man whose connection to the LA Philharmonic became a legend among those close to the scene. He will be greatly missed.

Steal this concerto, please: An interview with Steven Stucky

Steve Stucky, Cornell composer, professor, and winner of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for music composition, out on a morning stroll with a borrowed muse, Sophie. 
August 23, 2008, downtown Ithaca, New York. Credit: Frankie14850.

 



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