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Craig H. Russell

 Cal Poly professor Craig Russell is steeped in the music of Spain and the Hispano­ American world, having published over 100 juried articles on eighteenth­century Hispanic studies, Mexican cathedral music, the California missions, and American popular culture. He authored 26 articles for the newest edition of The New Grove Dictionary and collaborated with Chanticleer on a DVD film and four compact disks, two of which
received Gramophone award nominations. His compositions are released on Naxos and have been widely performed in Europe, Australia, and the USA—including concerts dedicated to his orchestral compositions in Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, the Sydney Opera House, and Disney Hall in Los Angeles. In July 2009, Oxford University Press released his highly acclaimed book, From Serra to Sancho: Music and Pageantry in the California Missions.


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