Stephen Montague

Stephen Montague ( born March 10, 1943 in Syracuse, New York) is a contemporary Anglo-American composer, pianist and conductor.

Life and work

Stephen Montague studied piano, conducting and composition at Florida State University and a Ph.D. in 1972 in composition at the Ohio State University.

Since 1975 he lives in London and teaches composition and orchestration at the Trinity College of Music.


Orchestral works

  • From the White Edge of Phrygia for orchestra ( 1983-84 )

Chamber Music

  • String Quartet No. 1: in memoriam Barry Anderson and Tomasz Sikorski (1989-93 )

Vocal works

  • Tigida Pipa for 4 voices, percussion and tape ( 1983-89 )

For a list of other works see links.