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Francis Kayali is a French American composer whose instrumental music has been performed by the Charleston Symphony Orchestra, the North/South Consonance Chamber Orchestra, the Boston Modern Orchestra Project (BMOP), ETHEL, and the What’s Next? Ensemble.
His choral works have been sung by C3LA and KC VITAs. Kayali’s music, which appears on albums by pianist Martin Jones and by flutist Rebecca Jeffreys has been broadcast on radio throughout the Americas and Europe.
In 2014, his “Masks,” for flute, viola, and contrabass, was performed by the Bateira Trio at Carnegie Hall. During the 2017-18 season, Kayali was composer-in-residence with the Portland Conservatory of Music. Kayali studied composition with Elliott Schwartz and Robert Greenlee at Bowdoin College, then with Perry Goldstein and Peter Winkler at SUNY Stony Brook.
In 2009, Kayali earned a Doctorate in composition from the University of Southern California, where he studied with Frank Ticheli,Tamar Diesendruck, and Donald Crockett.

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