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James Romig is an American composer born August 5, 1971, in Long Beach, California. He was a finalist for the 2019 Pulitzer Prize in Music.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8]

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  • 2019 Pulitzer Prize in Music, finalist (Still, for solo piano)
  • 2019 Copland House Award and Residency
  • 2019 Petrified Forest National Park, Artist in Residence
  • 2018 Guest Co-Editor of Perspectives of New Music issue celebrating Charles Wuorinen‘s 80th year
  • 2017 Everglades National Park, Artist in Residence
  • 2012 Grand Canyon National Park, Artist in Residence
  • 2011 Copland House Award and Residency
  • 2009 Petrified Forest National Park, Artist in Residence
  • Still (2016) for solo piano [Finalist for the 2019 Pulitzer Prize in Music]
  • Petrified Spaces | Spaces | Spaces Petrified (2019) for alto saxophone and vibraphone
  • Replicas (2019) for piano and orchestra [commissioned by the Waterloo–Cedar Falls Symphony]
  • Palindragram (2018) for solo flute
  • Onomatopieces (2017) for percussion
  • Pynes (2016) for flute and piano
  • Angles of Response (2015) for clarinet and piano
  • Bridges (2014) for orchestra [commissioned for the 100th anniversary of the Quad City Symphony]
  • The Line Begins to Blur (2014) for vibraphone and piano
  • Time Seems to Pass (2013) for two pianos
  • Dorsia 2a (2013) for vibraphone and harp [commissioned by Duo Harpverk]
  • Out Of Frame (2012) for marimba trio
  • Leaves From Modern Trees (2011) for flute and piano
  • Disposition/Reflection (2011) for solo piano
  • Glaciers (2009) for orchestra
  • Recall Coordinator (2008) for flute and vibraphone
  • Second Piano Sonata (2007) for solo piano
  • Small Worlds (2006) for flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano
  • Ferocious Alphabets (2005) for clarinet and violin
  • A Slightly Evil Machine (2005) for percussion
  • Piano Sonata (2004) for solo piano
  • Transparencies (2004) for solo piano
  • The Frame Problem (2003) for percussion trio)
  • Islands That Never Were (2003) for vibraphone and piano
  • Oiseau Miró (2001) for flute
  • Variations (1999) for string quartet
  • Vibraphone Sonata (1997)
  • Block (1996) for percussion
  • Still. Ashlee Mack, piano. New World Records: NWR 80802-2. 2018.
  • Time Seems To Pass. New Muse Piano Duo. Blue Griffin Records: BGR 407. 2017.
  • Leaves from Modern Trees: Chamber Music 1999–2016. Various artists. Parallax Music Press: PMP 172. 2017.
  • Time Seems To Pass (extended version). Khasma Piano Duo. Parallax Music Press: PMP 171. 2017.
  • Dorsia 2a. Duo Harpverk: “Offshoots.” Greenhouse Studios. 2014.
  • Out of Frame. Millikin Percussion Ensemble: “Premieres.” First Step Records: FSR 5012. 2012.
  • Ferocious Alphabets. Perspectives of New Music Vol. 49/2. PNM/OS CD3. 2012.
  • Transparencies. SCI CD Series: “Mosaic.” Navona Records: NV 5825. 2010.

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