Tim Keyes is a 1984 graduate in Music Composition and Music Theory from The University of Notre Dame studying with composers Paul Johnson and Ethan Haimo and musicologist Calvin Bower. During college, his talent as a composer emerged. In fact, the success of the third movement of his String Quartet No.1 and the second movement of his Six Pieces for Piano landed him a scholarship to the Aspen Music Festival, where he studied composition, conducting, and performance with Charles Jones, Leonard Bernstein, and Bright Sheng.
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