EUGENE MIGLIARO CORPORON
Eugene Migliaro Corporon is the music director and conductor of the Lone Star Wind Orchestra. He is the conductor of the Wind Symphony and regents professor of Music at the University of North Texas. His performances have drawn praise from colleagues, composers and critics alike. Having recorded over 600 works, including many premières and commissions, his groups have released sixty recordings on the Toshiba/EMI, Klavier, Mark, CAFUA, Donemus, Soundmark, GIA, Albany, Naxos and Centaur labels. These recordings, two of which have appeared on the GRAMMY® nomination ballot, are aired regularly on radio broadcasts throughout Asia, Europe, and North America. Eugene Migliaro Corporon maintains an active guest-conducting schedule and is in demand as a conductor and teacher throughout the world. He is co-host with Barry Green on The Inner Game of Music video, appears with James Jordan on the DVD The Anatomy of Conducting and is co-author of the book series Teaching Music Through Performance in Band. He is a recipient of the International Grainger Society Distinctive Contribution Medallion, the American School Band Directors Association AA Harding Award and has received the Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia National Citation for advancing the cause of music in America.