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Daugherty concerto Harp of Ages premieres with Colorado Symphony Orchestra

Courtney Hershey Bress premieres new concerto for harp in Colorado

Houston Ballet premiere Daugherty’s Summer & Smoke

Second ballet score with choreography by Cathy Marston opens inspired by Tennessee Williams

Noseda and Akiko Myers premiere Daugherty’s Blue Electra in Washington D.C.

Violin Concerto inspired by Amelia Earhart performed by National Symphony Orchestra

Michael Daugherty’s Valley of the Moon premiered in California

Orchestral paean to landscape performed by Santa Rosa Symphony

Michael Daugherty - new symphony 'Lift Up Thine Ears' premieres in Omaha

Michael Daugherty's new symphony, 'Lift Up Thine Ears', premiered by Omaha Symphony in its centenary season

Michael Daugherty's choral cycle Writ in Water

Writ in Water is a major new choral cycle from US composer, Michael Daugherty

'This Land Sings' - Michael Daugherty's tribute to Woody Guthrie now out on Naxos

Now out on Naxos Records is 'This Land Sings', Michael Daugherty's evocative musical homage to the singer-songwriter and political activist Woody Guthrie.

Michael Daugherty signs new agreement with Faber Music for Europe, Australia, New Zealand & Japan

Michael Daugherty signs new agreement with Faber Music Ltd for Europe, Australia, New Zealand & Japan

Michael Daugherty scoops three Grammys!

US composer Michael Daugherty has won three Grammy Awards for the Naxos recording of his Superman-inspired 'Metropolis Symphony', performed by the Nashville Symphony.

Michael Daugherty at 50

Michael Daugherty is one of the most performed US composers of his generation. On 28 April he celebrated his 50th birthday. This coincided with the release in May, by Naxos Records, of the premiere recording of Daugherty’s U.F.O. for solo percussion and orchestra. The inimitable soloist is Evelyn Glennie, for whom the work was written – and who has performed the work many times. She is accompanied by Marin Alsop and the Colorado SO. Also, on the disc is the first recording of the three-moveme