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TIMOTHY C. TAKACH

 
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Active Consortiums

 

Supporting consortiums helps Tim write music for under-funded musical demographics. You only pay a portion of a usual commission fee and then have your own local premiere. Everyone wins.

Art Song - (Bass/Baritone + piano)

Graphite Publishing is organizing an art song consortium. Four of our most prolific composers of art song will write a cycle for four different voice parts. As a consortium member, you and your students will give regional premieres of these songs. Martha Hill Duncan will write for soprano and piano, Jocelyn Hagen will write for mezzo-soprano, piano and string quartet, Paul John Rudoi will write for tenor and piano, and Timothy C. Takach will write for bass-baritone and piano. Help art song stay relevant and fresh by contributing to its creation.

Timothy C. Takach

Timothy C. Takach is an award-winning composer based in Minneapolis, MN. In addition to his full-time composing work, he is a professional choral singer and soloist, he is part of the band Nation, he owns Graphite Publishing along with co-founder Jocelyn Hagen, and he is a conductor and clinician.

 
 
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SOME VIDEOS FROM OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL
 

 

"Helios" by Timothy C. Takach. X. Venus (Everything Seems Possible); text by Julia Klatt Singer Soli: Paige Armstrong, soprano; Hannah Armstrong, soprano

Premiered on Nov. 8, 2014 by The St. Olaf Band, Dr. Timothy Mahr, conductor.

Recorded by Westmark Productions.

The Singing Statesmen Milwaukee Art Museum Fall 2014

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FEATURED WORKS

 
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“Who will I be when the spring rains come?”

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An oratorio about relationships, co-written with Jocelyn Hagen.

KEEP IN TOUCH WITH TIM

JOIN HIS MAILING LIST FOR THE LATEST NEWS, CONCERT ANNOUNCEMENTS, SPECIAL EVENTS AND MORE…

 
 
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Commissioning

Ever wanted to help make something creative from the ground up, and watch the effect it has on others? Me too. It’s quite thrilling. 

Part of the reason why I compose is to give musical (and emotional) experiences to others. Much of this is driven by what I want to say as a person and artist, but on a commissioned piece I work in collaboration to make a piece with and for somebody else. Composing can be a lonely career, but finding connection to other musicians through the commissioning process keeps me connected and inspired. 

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“The most stunning piece was Timothy C. Takach’s arrangement…full of rich, beautiful harmonies.”

Journal-World, Lawrence, KS

 
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EXPLORE TIM’S CATALOG

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