Dianna Robin Dennis
Dianna Robin Dennis is a Composer and Writer now based in the West of Ireland. A graduate of Sarah Lawrence College, she studied there with contemporary composer, Meyer Kupferman, as well as later at Westminster Choir College and Princeton University. She holds a Graduate degree from the University of Virginia's Darden School.
Her compositions have been performed throughout the US and Europe. While she specializes in Choral music, she has also written a Symphony, String Quartets, Brass Quintets, and works for combined forces. She has sung with choirs in the NY/NJ/PA metro area and served for a number of years as Soprano Section leader at a church in Philadelphia, PA.
She has written two best-selling non-fiction horse books, and has won awards for her poetry and fiction. She breeds Irish Sport horses when not writing and composing.
Her setting of the Madeleine L'Engle poem, Trinity 18 won the 1992 Carl F. Mueller Composition Prize.