Dr. Craig Weston
Composition, Electronic Music, Music Theory

McCain Auditorium 308
(785) 532-5788

Craig Weston joined the faculty of Kansas State University in Fall, 2002, after previous positions at Western Illinois University, Iowa State University, and the University of Washington. He holds degrees from Central Michigan University (B.M.) and the University of Washington (M.M., D.M.A.). He has received grants, awards, and commissions from groups including ASCAP, the Cincinnati Symphony, the Norwalk (Connecticut) Symphony, the Seattle Arts Commission, the University of Washington, the Iowa Music Teachers Association, the Brunnier Museum (Ames, Iowa), the American Composers Forum, Central Michigan University, Peoria Lunaire (the Bradley University New Music Ensemble), and the Hobart and William Smith Colleges. His chamber, orchestral, choral, and electronic music has been widely performed around the country, and his prose writings have been published in several music journals.



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Recordings (mp3), program notes and other information about my recent pieces.

News about current and future projects, upcoming performances, etc

Links to sites of interest in composition, music theory, computer music, and new music in general.

Survival tips for college students

Craig Weston's curriculum vitae




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