Kevin Malone Recordings
Described by the Los Angeles Times as “eclectic, imaginative, with carefully-constructed lines”, the work of Kevin Malone spans genres and media beyond any conventional labelling.
He was born in Buffalo, New York, educated at Eastman School of Music, New England Conservatory, the University of Michigan and University of London, and was a Fulbright Fellow at the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique de Paris. His output of over 70 works ranges from string quartets and digital multimedia pieces to a full-scale cantata for choir and orchestra as well as music for feature-length films. He was the music director of the Brecht Company in Michigan, and also created the first complete performing edition of Anthony Burgess’ own music for his stage play of A Clockwork Orange .
Malone is the recipient of seven Arts Council awards and Director of Composition at the University of Manchester, UK. His current and future concertos and opera are imbued with a love of society, its musical activities and coffee. Television interviews, radio discussions and public talks about his work affirm Malone’s beliefs about keeping humanity at the center of art, and art at the center of society.