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Watch the World Premiere of the Tudor Dominik Maican Trio, The Gallilean Moons, written for the EDCWashington. This was commissioned by Adrienne Paiewonsky and Paul Girdzis in 2014 specifically for this concert.


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THE WASHINGTON POST: Composing at Seventeen

Dominik Maican is a 17-year-old composer who lives in Bethesda. Each Saturday, he, his parents and the family dog drive to the prestigious ...

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THE WASHINGTON POST: A Very Rare and Unusual Talent

Teen's Music Strikes Emotional Chords Beyond His Years

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THE WASHINGTON POST: An Inspiration for His Peers

He has composed four symphonies plus a number of piano pieces and other works. The Dumbarton Concert Society in Washington commissioned original work from him twice, and he has hopscotched around the world, winning scores of awards in tough competitions.

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AUDIO: Woodwind Music by Tudor Dominik Maican

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Tudor Dominik Maican

A composer and pianist, he has been at Juilliard for four years. He and his parents leave their Bethesda home Saturday mornings about 6 and drive to New York City. They return after midnight.

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THE WASHINGTON POST: County's Whiz-Kid Bounty: 2 Intel Finalists, 2 Presidential Scholars

Tudor Dominik Maican, 18, is a true prodigy. He was born on Beethoven's birthday, and he began piano lessons at 3 and wrote his first composition in the first grade. To date he has written more than 30 works, including a half-dozen symphonies, and he's finishing a string orchestra piece, on commission, for performance in January by the Eclipse Chamber Orchestra.

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VIDEO: FOX Power of One: Dominik Maican

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Davidson Institute (PDF)

BIOGRAPHY - Dominik Tudor Maican Tudor Dominik Maican was born December 16, 1988 in Koln, Germany. At a very early age Dominik demonstrated a great ...

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Composer In Residence - Dumbarton Concerts

Tudor Dominik Maican was named Composer in Residence Fellow at Dumbarton Concerts in 2006. His four year fellowship includes commissions for four works ...

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Concerts by Candlelight

When I am writing music, I am never looking for people, places, stories, etc. to get inspired. Although my music is definitely based on real or imaginary stories, I always feel like music is in my own being and composing is just the way I express my thoughts and my feelings.

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Dumbarton Concerts: Critical Acclaim for our 2006-07 Season

The Boston-based Borromeo String Quartet, having just won a prestigious Avery Fisher Career Grant, closed out the Dumbarton Concert Series on Saturday with one of the season's highlights -- music by Shostakovich, Beethoven and local boy wonder Tudor Dominik Maican.

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Dominik Maican - Arizona Friends of Chamber Music

Dominik Maican (b. 1990) describes his quintet: "If I would have to quickly describe the music of the entire quintet, I would use two words - passionate and ...

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VIDEO: Quintet for Clarinet and Strings Quartet (Adagio)

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NPR: Brilliant Teen Born to Write Symphonies

Dominik Maican was born on Beethoven's birthday in 1988, and it appears to be more than coincidental. Maican wrote a song cycle at age 5 ...

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NPR: Nervous Composer Has Pianist Play Latest Work

In addition to being a talented composer, Dominik Maican, 17, is also a skilled pianist - although he gets a little nervous at the idea of performing his own works. "I have really bad stage fright," he explains.

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NPR: Pianist Has Passion for Performing New Music

Peng-Peng performed on From the Top's radio show on two different occasions. The first time he performed a piece for two pianos written by his friend and fellow Juilliard pre-college student, Conrad Tao.

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Upcoming Concerts at Third Millenium

Sunday, May 6 at 7:00 PM. Dennis and Phillip Ratner Museum. Featuring Composer in Residence. TUDOR DOMINIK MAICAN. with. Prize-Winning Composers ...

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PHOTO: Dominik with Pianist Peng Peng Gong

13-year-old pianist Peng-Peng Gong and 17-year-old composer Dominik Maican on stage with host Christopher O'Riley at a From the Top taping on March 12, 2006 at NEC's Jordan Hall in Boston, MA.

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PHOTO: Dominik Maican and Christopher O'Riley

17-year-old composer Dominik Maican talks about his piece "La, ou la mer rencontre le ciel" with host Christopher O'Riley at a From the Top taping on March 12, 2006 at NEC's Jordan Hall in Boston, MA.

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New England Conservatory Hall concert

Pianist and Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist Peng-Peng Gong, 13, from New York, NY, perform Tudor "La, ou la mer rencontre le ciel" (There, where the ocean meets the sky), prelude for piano solo, by composer Dominik Maican, 17, from Bethesda, MD

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Presidential Scholars

Tudor is a graduate of Winston Churchill High School and The Juilliard School's Pre-College Division. He will attend Indiana University to study composition, and has already written five symphonies and over 40 chamber works.

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Tucson Winter Chamber Music Festival

DOMINIK MAICAN, COMPOSER, was born in Germany and raised in Maryland, the child of professional musicians. Just 20 years old, he has been composing since age 5 and attended Juilliard's Pre-College Division on scholarship for 6 years.

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Renaissance Research

Living American Classical Music From The Nation's Capital [Not Soon To Be On The New Classical WETA-FM]: Composer Tudor Dominik Maican

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Klezmer clarinetist David Krakauer plays Solaris Premiere

The program will open with the New York premiere of Solaris for strings by Tudor Dominik Maican, the 20-year old composer residing in Bethesda, MD.

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At just 17, prodigy appears tuned to be composer of note

Every Saturday at 3:30 a.m., the Maican family pulls out of its Bethesda, Md., driveway and heads to New York City. When the family arrives at Lincoln Center, Valerica and Marcel Maican feed the parking meters for 11 hours while their son takes private lessons and attends classes at the Juilliard School.

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Move over, Jay Greenburg

There is an article on another young composer of great promise, Tudor Dominik Maican, in the Washington Post this morning ('A Very Rare and Unusual Talent', December 14) by Katherine Shaver, complete with a beautifully produced video online.

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Extraordinary Youth

Tudor Dominik Maican is a musical genius. At 21 years old, he has already written gorgeous operas, a stunning requiem, and a couple of breathtaking symphonies to boot.

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Young musician of Romanian origin Tudor Dominik Maican is a 2007 NFAA ARTS Finalist in Music Composition

Dominik, from Bethesda , Maryland , is a senior at Winston Churchill High School , and a fifth year student at Juilliard School , Pre-College Division. He has received more than 40 international awards and honors for his work.

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From Mozart to Maroon 5

Tudor Dominik Maican, 20, is a recognized composer and full-time, third-year student at Indiana University. In high school, his family drove to New York, NY, from Potomac, MD, once a week for his classes at the Julliard School.

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WETA: The Miro Quartet

Dumbarton Concerts presents the Miro Quartet in recital at Georgetown's historic Dumbarton Church. In addition to a world premiere by Dumbarton's composer-in-residence, the quartet performs Beethoven's Op. 18 No. 4, and, in a culinary nod, has the audience create the concert's second half, by choosing movements from a "menu" supplied by the Miro Quartet.

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Eclipse Chamber Orchestra

The Eclipse Chamber Orchestra's 2007 world premiere of Solaris, by composer-in-residence Tudor Dominik Maican in celebration of Dumbarton Concerts' 30th anniversary.

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Miro Quartet: Special Projects

The Miro Quartet is a stalwart supporter of living composers, having commissioned on average at least one new work every year, though often more. New works for the Miro have come from such artists as Gunther Schuller, Ezra Laderman, Chan Ka Nin, Brent Michael Davids, Kevin Puts, Dominic Maican, David Schober, as well as student composers at UT.

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Review: Miro Quartet at Dumbarton Church

Saturday's recital by the Miro Quartet at Dumbarton Church started off with a jolt of electricity. Beethoven's early C-Minor String Quartet, Op. 18, No. 4, certainly provides opportunities for drama. But the Miro players paid particular attention to the work's dark undercurrents, digging into its jabbing accents with a thrilling fervor and taking a full-blooded, freely rhapsodic approach to the score's more restrained passages.

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2009 16th Anniversary Tucson Winter Chamber Music Festival

Dominik Maican Quintet for Strings & Clarinet (premiere) Pacifica String Quartet - Arizona Friends of Chamber Music is proud to be one of the country's most active commissioning programs. This year's festival features AFCM commissions by Dominik Maican and Thomas Schuttenhelm.

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Genius Loves Company: Students Honored At Library Of Congress For Contributions To Society

Seventeen students from across the country, all under the age of 18, will be honored on Capitol Hill with substantial scholarships ($50,000, $25,000 and $10,000) from the Davidson Institute for Talent Development for their significant contributions in science, mathematics, technology, literature, philosophy and music.

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Labyrinth for Flute, Clarinet and Bassoon: 20'

Tudor Dominik is in his fourth year as a scholarship student at the Juilliard School Pre-College Division. Born in Europe in 1988, his parents settled down in the United States in 1991. He began studying piano at the age of 3 and composition at the age of 5. He has already earned nine awards in piano performance and 36 in music composition.

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Ready, Set, Go

The real main attractions for today happen this evening. Between 6 and 7 p.m., the Albuquerque Youth Symphony will perform a new symphony written by a past Intel ISEF finalist, high schooler Tudor Dominik Maican.

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Free-floating genius

Tudor Dominik Maican, an intense 16-year-old from Potomac, Md., started playing piano at age 3 and began composing two years later. Now, he has four symphonies plus a number of piano pieces and other works to his credit, we learn from The Washington Post.

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Governor O'Malley Awards Citations to Maryland's Presidential Scholars

ANNAPOLIS, MD (June 13, 2007) - Governor Martin O'Malley today recognized Maryland's six winners of the Presidential Scholars award. Established in 1964 by Executive Order of the President, the Presidential Scholars Program honors distinguished graduating high school seniors throughout America.

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