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Paul Ayres
Eric William Barnum
Abbie Betinis
Jenni Brandon
Matthew Culloton
Christine Donkin
Martha Hill Duncan
Edward Eicker
Christopher Gable
Ola Gjeilo
Jocelyn Hagen
Norman Mathews
Luke Mayernik
Scott Robinson
Wayland Rogers
Paul John Rudoi
Joshua Shank
Timothy C. Takach
Dale Warland


Ola Gjeilo

Ola GjeiloOla Gjeilo (pronounced Yay-lo) was born in Norway in 1978, and moved to New York in 2001 to begin his composition studies at the Juilliard School, from which he graduated with a Master's Degree in ’06, after two years at the Royal College of Music in London.

Ola's published concert works are performed all over the world, and his debut recording as a pianist-composer, the lyrical crossover album Stone Rose, was released to critical acclaim in 2007 on the 2L label.

He especially enjoys writing music for choir, orchestra/symphonic winds, and the piano, while as a pianist, his main passion is improvisation, either solo or over his own ensemble works. 

Presently a full-time composer based in New York City, Ola is also very interested in film, and his style draws much inspiration from movies and cinematic music.
Ola's choral and band scores are distributed by Hal Leonard, and Stone Rose is available at and iTunes.

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Works published by Graphite Publishing
New England Songs (collection) Secular soprano, piano GP – G004
Smoke (from New England Songs) Secular soprano, piano GP – G004.1
How Do I Love Thee? Secular high voice, piano GP – G005

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