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Timothy Kramer (Timothy Alan Kramer) was born on 3 July, 1959 in Seattle, is a composer. Discover Timothy Kramer's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 64 years old?

Popular As Timothy Alan Kramer
Occupation Composer and Educator
Age 64 years old
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 3 July, 1959
Birthday 3 July
Birthplace Seattle
Nationality United States

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He has received commissions from the San Antonio Piano Competition (now named Gurwitz Competition), the Midwest Clinic, the SOLI Chamber Ensemble, the Detroit Chamber Winds, Trinity University, the San Antonio Symphony, the Utah Arts Festival, the San Antonio Chamber Choir, the Cactus Pear Festival, the Jacksonville Symphony Society (Illinois), Ensemble Mise-en, and the ONIX Ensemble. He also served as Composer-Not-in-Residence with the San Francisco Choral Artists for the 2019-2020 season.


Kramer was trained as a composer and organist at Pacific Lutheran University (PLU) in Tacoma, Washington studying with David Robbins (composition) and David P. Dahl (organ). He also played electric bass and jazz piano in addition to his compositional studies. He earned his masters and doctorate at the University of Michigan, where his primary composition teachers were William Albright, Leslie Bassett, William Bolcom and George Wilson. He studied organ with James Kibbie and harpsichord with Edward Parmentier. As a Fulbright Scholar he studied with Martin Redel at the Hochschule für Musik Detmold, in Germany from 1988-89. Early in his career he taught at Indiana State University, Rose Hulman Institute of Technology, and at the University of Michigan. Starting in 1991 he taught for nineteen years at Trinity University in San Antonio. While living in San Antonio, he founded (with composers David Heuser and Elisenda Fábregas) CASA (Composers Alliance of San Antonio), a group that promotes contemporary music in South Texas. In 2010, he moved to Illinois College in Jacksonville, Illinois, where he was Chair of the Music Department and named the Edward Capps Professor of Humanities in 2013. He became Professor Emeritus in 2020.


Kramer has received a number of awards including a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Fulbright Scholarship, grants from the National Endowment of the Arts, the American Music Center (now New Music USA), and the MacDowell Colony, New Music USA, the Artist Foundation of San Antonio, and awards from the American Guild of Organists, Broadcast Music, Inc. (two Student Awards in 1981, 1983), ASCAP, Indiana State University, and the Clear Lake Symphony, among others.


Although born in Seattle, Kramer was raised in Pasco, Washington, the son of Robert and Shirley Kramer. His father was a physician, and his mother was a homemaker. Both parents encouraged his interest in music by supporting his lessons on piano along with lessons on guitar and percussion at a young age. His first piano teacher, Cherry Courteau, gave him his strongest foundations as a musician. His earliest experiences as a composer began in grade school and he experimented with arrangements of popular music for his high school jazz ensemble (Pasco High School). He also studied classical organ and Jazz improvisation. In high school much of his time was devoted to playing bass guitar in different ensembles. He entered Pacific Lutheran University in 1977 as an engineering major but switched to music composition by his second year of studies. His first work, a thirty-minute string trio titled Of All the Centuries, received a student award from Broadcast Music, Inc. in 1981 which confirmed his decision to continue to study composition. His graduate work at the University of Michigan led him to meet many other living composers outside of his primary instructors, such as Krzysztof Penderecki, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Elliott Carter, and Alberto Ginastera, and this influenced his decision to study abroad (with Martin Redel). He also met his wife, Lisa Udel, during his graduate studies in Ann Arbor, Michigan.


Timothy Kramer (born 1959) is an American composer whose music has earned him a Fulbright Scholarship, an National Endowment for the Arts grant, and a Guggenheim fellowship. Currently Professor Emeritus at Illinois College in Jacksonville, Illinois, he served as the Edward Capps Professor of Humanities at Illinois College, and also served on the faculty of Trinity University (San Antonio) as Professor of Music, and is a founding member of the Composers Alliance of San Antonio.