NYU Music Composition Faculty
Marc-Antonio Consoli has received numerous awards and grants, including two Guggenheim Memorial Fellowships, three National Endowment for the Arts Grants, a two-year Fulbright Fellowship to Poland and the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters Citation award. He has been awarded a number of recording grants, including the Ditson and Jerome Foundations, as well as the Louisville Orchestra's recording prize.
Among the national and international competitions and prizes he has won include the International Symphonic Competition of Monaco and the XX Concorso Internazionale di Trieste, Italy. Mr. Consoli's music has been commissioned and performed by major ensembles, orchestras, foundations and contemporary music festivals from around the world. Among them are the Steirischer Herbst Festival, Graz, Austria; the Festival Internationale d'Arte Contemporaine, Royan, France; the Ensemble Collective 2e 2m, France; the Fromm and Koussevitsky Music Foundations.
In addition, his music has been heard at the following contemporary music festivals: the Gaudeamus Music Week, Holland; the Tanglewood Contemporary Music Festival, USA and the ISCM Festivals in Finland and Belgium.
Other major American orchestras and ensembles that have performed his music include the New York and Los Angeles Philharmonics; the American Composer's Orchestra; the Baltimore, Louisville and Nashville Orchestras. Internationally his music has been performed by the Finnish and Dutch Radio Orchestras and the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Australia. Also by the Nash Ensemble (London); the Group for Contemporary Music (NYC); the Monday Evening Concerts (LA), and others. His music can be heard on CRI/New World Records (CD 735 & 789), and Capstone (CD 8641).