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Composer and LGBT activist based in Los Angeles.
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Emilia Tamburri (b. 1985) is a Los Angeles based composer and multi-instrumentalist. A graduate of The Juilliard School (MM) and New England Conservatory (BM), her primary teachers include Robert Beaser, Samuel Adler, Lee Hyla, and Robert Aldridge.
Emilia is the recipient of two composition awards at New England Conservatory for her second string quartet and second clarinet quintet, an award from the ASCAP Foundation for her first string quartet, and was an Irene Diamond Fellow at The Juilliard School. She has studied at Boston University Tanglewood Institute, Bowdoin International Music Festival, and Freie Universität Berlin. Her music has been performed in Germany and the United States, including at Lincoln Center, NJPAC, Beethoven Pianos, Montclair State University, Bowdoin International Music Festival, Tanglewood, and by the One World Symphony and members of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. Her commissions include the Grace Church Choir and her work has been performed to benefit groups such as Hetrick Martin Institute. An LGBT, mental health, and women’s rights activist, Emilia has volunteered for organizations including Identity House, SAGE, and Live Out Loud in New York.


ASCAP Honorable mention young composers
New England Conservatory 2 composition competitions
Irene Diamond Fellowship to the Juilliard School

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