American composer William Copper

"A work of singular grace." (Lovelife Dances) "A sophisticated and dramatic work, full of pathos." (Stabat Mater)
"I love, love, love it!" "Perfect choral work!" (Ave Regina Caelorum) "Super innovative!" (Elixir of Love)
"A gem." (In Memoriam Shostakovich for Piano Trio) "First prize." (String Quartet #1)

An American composer and theorist with a uniquely innovative voice and an extraordinary background. William Copper has written instrumental, choral, and dramatic works and has developed a new science of composition. For electrifying performances and the correct spelling note that copper is a metal and Copper is a conductor.

William Copper talking with the audience.


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