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Introduction Mark Alburger (b. 1957, Upper Darby, PA) is an award-winning, eclectic ASCAP composer of postminimal, postpopular, and postcomedic sensibilities. He is Music Director of SF Composers Chamber Orchestra, SF Cabaret Opera / Goat Hall Productions, and The Opus Project; Editor-Publisher of 21st-Century Music and New Music (P.O. Box 2842 San Anselmo, CA 94960 / 707-474-7273); Music Critic for SF Classical Voice; Instructor in Music Theory and Literature at Diablo Valley College; and Musicologist for Grove Online and Grove Dictionary of American Music, 2nd ed. His principal teachers were Gerald Levinson and Joan Panetti (Swarthmore College, B.A.); Jules Langert (Dominican University, M.A.); Christopher Yavelow (Claremont University, Ph.D.); and Terry Riley. Dr. Alburger has composed 261 major works, including chamber music, concertos, oratorios, operas, song cycles, and symphonies. His complete catalogue is being issued on discs from New Music. YouTube/DrMarkAlburger, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Alburger, imslp.org/wiki/Category:Alburger,_Mark, markalburger.blogspot.com, markalburgerworks.blogspot.com, markalburgerevents.blogspot.com, 21st-centurymusic.blogspot.com