Texu Kim

Korean-born American composer Texu Kim writes music inspired by everyday experiences, music about modern (south) Korea reflecting its multicultural nature.
   Texu's music has been performed by the New York Philharmonic, San Francisco Opera Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony, Oregon Symphony, San Diego Symphony, Detroit Symphony, Minnesota Orchestra, New World Symphony, National Orchestra of Korea, Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra, Ensemble  Intercontempoarin, Alarm Will Sound, and Ensemble Modern, among many others. Winner of the 2021 Barlow Prize, his music has earned honors and awards from the Fromm Foundation, Civitella Ranieri Foundation, and Copland House.
   Currently teaching at San Diego State University as an associate professor, Texu served as the Korean National Symphony Orchestra's Composer-in-Residence and the Artist-of-the-Year at the Busan Philharmonic Orchestra.

Organ solos
New! Diptych on Veni Creator Spiritus (Texu Kim, 160-424, Difficult)
New! Pahdo (Texu Kim, 160-823, Difficult)


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