(1929 - )
Margaret Rizza is a highly acclaimed composer of both contemplative and classical choral music. She is in demand as a workshop leader around the world, offering a unique blend of music, meditation and prayer. Having been commissioned by Harry Christophers to write a piece for The Sixteen, her Ave Generosa was premiered at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in 2008 and recorded by the ensemble for their CD 'A Mother's Love'.
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Margaret Rizza is best known for her contemplative Christian choral music, with a host of admirers and chart-topping success for discs of her chant-based compositions. Her a cappella piece, 'O Speculum Columbe', has just been premiered in Minneapolis by Philip Brunelle. Read more