Anthony Domzella is a composer, conductor and pianist based in Elmira, Ontario, where he works as a music teacher and church music director. He is currently completing a BMus at Wilfrid Laurier University. His compositions often incorporate elements of dance forms, process, chance and microtonality. In 2022, Anthony was commissioned by the Conservation Halton to write for the Mounstberg Conservation Area’s WINTERLIT event. He has been accepted as a composer to the 2023 Mostly Modern Festival where he will write for the Neave Piano Trio. His work has been read by the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, the Penderecki String Quartet and the Laurier Singers. In concert, he has conducted the Laurier Symphony Orchestra, the Local Vocals choir, and premieres of his own works. Anthony is also active as a collaborative pianist and serves as president of the Laurier Ancient Music Society. A workshop reading of his first opera, Sandcastles, will take place in April. ome

Recommended Posts