Works performed by Earplay:

falling through infinity

Nicholas S. Omiccioli (b. 1982) is currently a residency fellow with the Charlotte Street Urban Culture Project in Kansas City, MO and is the production coordinator for newEar Contemporary Ensemble. His music has been performed throughout the United States, Canada, Italy, Austria, Lithuania, the United Kingdom, Thailand, China, and New Zealand by ensembles such as the Jasper String Quartet, Calder Quartet, Curious Chamber Players, le Nouvel Ensemble Moderne, l’Orchestre de la francophonie, and the Society for New Music, to name a few.

Nick has been commissioned by the Wellesley Composers Conference, Shouse Institute at the Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival, National Arts Centre in Canada, Third Angle Ensemble, and the Aspen Contemporary Ensemble, among others. In addition to receiving many awards, grants, and fellowships, Nick was a finalist for the 2013 Rome Prize in music composition and has been nominated for scholarships by the American Academy of Arts and Letters. His primary composition teachers include James Mobberley, Chen Yi, Zhou Long, and Brian Bevelander. He has also had additional study with João-Pedro Oliveira and Stephen Hartke. Nick holds degrees from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and Heidelberg University.

[from program for March 31, 2014 concert]