George Cork Maul

George Cork Maul is an East End composer, pianist and performance art specialist. He studied music composition with Isaac Nemiroff at Stony Brook where he earned a B.A. and went on to do graduate work in electronic music with Bulent Arel and classical style with Charles Rosen. After touring for several years and working as a studio musician, he began composing a wide range of serial and modal music. His credits include modern songs, suites and dance pieces, contemporary operas, musicals, music for software and recently, pieces in two keys. His compositions have been performed in Italy, Sardinia, Ireland, Canada and the United States. His improvising group, The Hidden City Orchestra, a performance art collective, has a long history of multidisciplinary events with a rotating cast of visual artists, dancers, poets and musicians. He can be seen performing at North Fork vineyards, Long Island libraries, art openings and other venues.


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