Duncan Krummel is a composer, singer, and instrumentalist from Hood River, OR. He holds a bachelor’s of music in composition from Ithaca College, where he studied composition with Dana Wilson, Jorge Villavicencio Grossman, and Evis Sammoutis, film scoring with Peter Rothbart, voice with Carl Johengen, and piano with Diane Birr. Currently, Duncan is pursuing his continued studies at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow, UK.
His compositions have enjoyed premiers in numerous states throughout the US; in the Valencia International Performance Academy & Festival; the Edinburgh Fringe Festival; Ithaca College Television; and by numerous world-renown performers, including flautist Erik Drescher and Grammy-nominated violinist Peter Sheppard Skærved.
He is the recipient of the following awards:
- (2017) Richard K. Joseph ’48, M.S. ’53 Composition Prize – 1st place, for Pool of Blue (Ithaca College)
- (2017) ACDA Student Choral Composition Competition – 1st place, for A Prayer (Ithaca College)
- (2016) Jack Downey ’55, ’61 Composers Competition Award – 1st place, for Amphiboly (Ithaca College)
- (2016) Richard K. Joseph ’48, M.S. ’53 Composition Prize – 1st place, for Mitosis (Ithaca College)
- (2015) Richard K. Joseph ’48, M.S. ’53 Composition Prize – 1st place, for Digressions (Ithaca College)