Performers: IU New Music Ensemble
Dzubay's principal teachers have been Donald Erb, Frederick Fox, Eugene O'Brien, Lukas Foss, Oliver Knussen, Allan Dean, and Bernard Adelstein.
Dzubay's music has been performed in the United States, Europe, Canada, Mexico, and Asia by more than 30 orchestras. His music is published by Pro Nova Music, Dorn, and Thompson Edition and is recorded on the Centaur, Innova, First Edition, Klavier, and Indiana University labels.
Formerly on the faculty of the University of North Texas, Dzubay is professor of music at the Indiana University School of Music in Bloomington, where he teaches composition, directs the New Music Ensemble, and occasionally conducts an orchestra. Dzubay has conducted at the Tanglewood, Aspen, and June in Buffalo festivals. He has also conducted the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble, Voices of Change, an ensemble from the Minnesota Orchestra and strings from the Louisville Orchestra. From 1995-98 he served as composer-consultant to the Minnesota Orchestra, helping run their "Perfect-Pitch" reading sessions for works by Minnesota composers.
Recent honors for Dzubay include the American Composer's Forum Continental Harmony commission for Portland-based fEARnoMUSIC; a Meet the Composer commission for the Manhattan Brass Quintet; the 2003 William Revelli Prize from the National Band Association; a commission from the Fromm Music Foundation at Harvard; and the 2000 Wayne Peterson Prize for Music.
1-2. Two Celebratory Fanfaresfor 6 trumpets
- Capriccio for violin and piano
- Vision for 14 instruments
- Chansons Innocentes for 9 instruments
- Projectus for solo trumpet and wind octet
- Labyrinth for 14 instruments
- Hyper Mix: Sent to Analyze Life-forms
(for electroacoustic tape)