Lee Hartman (b. 1979) holds degrees from the University of Missouri-Kansas City (D.M.A., M.M.) and the University of Delaware (B.M.). At the University of Delaware, he received a Dean’s Scholar position enabling him to pursue an individually designed academic program combining music education and composition. At the University of Missouri-Kansas City he served for three years as the Assistant Director to Musica Nova, the conservatory's new music ensemble, while teaching a variety of composition classes. In 2007 he was invited to both the Iceland Academy of the Arts in Reykjavík, Iceland and the Sichuan Conservatory in Chengdu, China to give lectures and master classes in composition. In 2007–08 he was Visiting Instructor in music theory at the University of Delaware where he taught freshman music theory, honors music theory, graduate orchestration, and private composition. He currently teaches at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, MO and serves as Artistic Director for the Mid America Freedom Band.

Website: www.leehartmanmusic.com
E-mail: leehartmanmusic@gmail.com
Twitter: LeeHartmanMusic

Sample Works
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Large Ensemble

Concerto for Vibraphone - (Wind ensemble, orchestra, piano reduction)
Song for Edie - (Concert band)
Sapphire - (Concert band)

Chamber

Vienna Riffs - (Clarinet, bassoon, piano)
Suite from Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - (Flute, soprano, string trio)
Five Metamorphoses after T.H. White - (Oboe)
Six Etudes for Solo Vibraphone
Fray - (Viola or Violin)
Treblemusic - (Flute, oboe, clarinet)

Vocal

Notice to Mother - (Mixed Choir)
Rag and Bone - (Tenor, piano)
The Real Questions (Flute, tenor, piano)

Compositions

Notice to Mother



Norfolk Chamber Music Festival. Joshua Harper, conductor


Concerto for Vibraphone Movement II - Dreamscape Variations



University of Missouri-Kansas City Wind Symphony. Steven D. Davis, conductor. James Clanton, soloist


Concerto for Vibraphone Movement III - Toccata a la Samba



University of Missouri-Kansas City Wind Symphony. Steven D. Davis, conductor. James Clanton, soloist


Five Metamorphoses after T.H. White Movement II - Ant



Sheri Mattson, oboe