Robert S. Cohen

b. 1945

American

Summary

Robert S. Cohen has written music for chorus, orchestra, chamber ensemble, dance and theatre and has been the recipient of numerous awards and commissions. His works have been performed in such prestigious venues as Carnegie Hall, Severance Hall, Kimmel Center and Symphony Space. Alzheimer’s Stories has received performances throughout the U.S. and Europe. Other major works include: Genesis, Of Eternity Considered as a Closed System, Edison Invents and numerous works for both adult and children’s choir. In addition, he has a wide variety of instrumental works and was the winner of a Richard Rodgers Award for his Off-Broadway musical Suburb. Bob is a graduate of Brown University where he studied with composer Ron Nelson.

Biography

Robert S. Cohen has written music for chorus, orchestra, chamber ensemble, dance and theatre and has been the recipient of numerous awards and commissions. His works have been performed in such prestigious venues as Carnegie Hall, Severance Hall, Kimmel Center and Symphony Space. Alzheimer’s Stories has received performances throughout the U.S. and Europe. Other major works include: Genesis, Of Eternity Considered as a Closed System, Edison Invents and numerous works for both adult and children’s choir. In addition, he has a wide variety of instrumental works and was the winner of a Richard Rodgers Award for his Off-Broadway musical Suburb. Bob is a graduate of Brown University where he studied with composer Ron Nelson.

Performances

3rd March 2024

PERFORMERS
Gay Men's Chorus of Charlotte & Women's Chorus of Charlotte
CONDUCTOR
John C. Quillin
LOCATION
First United Methodist Church, Charlotte, NC, United States of America