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Philip Corner Net Worth 2016 Update: Bio, Age, Height, Weight

Philip Corner Net Worth

Philip Corner made money by Musicians niche. For all time, at the moment, 2016 year, Philip Corner earned $99 Million. Exact sum is $99000000.


Short biography, height, weight, dates:

Birth date: April 10, 1933
Birth place: New York City, New York, United States
Education: Columbia University
Albums: Satie Slowly, Italian Air


Philip Corner Net Worth
Philip Corner Net Worth


Wikipedia Source: Philip Corner
Philip Lionel Corner is an American composer, trombonist, alphornist, vocalist, pianist, music theorist, music educator, and visual artist. After The High School of Music & Art in New York City, Philip Corner received his BA at CCNY, where his most important teacher was Fritz Jahoda- and an MA from Columbia University where his composition teachers were Otto Luening and Henry Cowell, The two years in between were spent in Paris at the Conservatoire Natl de Musique, following the class Philosophie Musicale of Olivier Messiaen. Equally important was his friendship with the Canadian painter Paul-Emile Borduas, who introduced him to la grande aventure nord-am&#233-ricaine, to which he returned and became part of the group around John Cage. At the same time he resumed his studies of the piano with Dorothy Taubman, which was to have a significant role in his compositional as well as performing life. He taught Modern Music at the New School for Social Research from 1967Р 1970, inheriting the class founded by John Cage at double remove after Richard Maxfield, with whom he was teaching assistant, and Malcolm Goldstein. His teaching career started at a New York City high school and continued at the New Lincoln School where he helped develop the music department and introduced innovative courses. During this period he was married to the astrologer and trance medium Julie Winter who was also a minister in the Church of Religious Science, with which he too was associated, composing music to be sung at meditation sessions. From 1972 to 1992 he continued as professor at the newly established Livingston College, a part of Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, soon to be absorbed into the Mason Gross School of the Arts. He then took early retirement and moved to Reggio Emilia, Italy where he had previous contact through the Pari e Dispari Arte Club Р™