“Each letter is a world, each word is a universe”

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Graham Lack

Graham Lack is an English composer, born 1954 in the former spa town of Epsom. 1976 and 1981 he studied at Goldsmiths’ College and King’s College in the University of London (BMus Hons Lond, MMus). State Certificate of Education (Cert. Ed.) from the University of Chichester. Head of Music Epsom High School. Director of Music St. Paul’s Church Cheam. Moved to Germany 1982. Studies at the Technical University of Berlin (Doctoral Thesis on spectral music). Lectureship in Music at the University of Maryland (Munich Campus) until 1989. From 1993-1994 Head of Music Cricklade College Hampshire. Returned to Munich 1995, he remains a sought-after lecturer and speaker at international symposia (University of Oxford, Goethe Institute). Contributions to Groves Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Tempo Magazine for Contemporary Music, and other journals. He currently works as a freelance composer. Corresponding Member of the Institute of Advanced Musical Studies in King’s College, London, a guest member of the American Choral Directors Association, and a member of The International Federation for Choral Music. Choral works published by Musikverlag Hayo (Europe) and Cantus Quercus Press (USA). As a scholar and musicologist, he has translated programme notes on a multitude of subjects for all the major record companies (DG, Sony BMG, Decca, Universal, NEOS, Teldec). He has also provided many technical translations for the Deutsches Museum as well as other renowned galleries, publishers and institutions.