Julian Bennett Holmes
Julian Bennett Holmes (b. 1991 in Brooklyn) is an award-winning composer and organist, harpsichordist, percussionist; in charge of chapel music at Columbia University; associate editor of Music & Nature; doctoral candidate at the Manhattan School of Music; Adjunct Associate Professor at Hofstra University.
He performs weekly organ meditations at Columbia University (3–4pm every Tuesday, through May 2023).
- Organ meditations
Through mid-May, every Tuesday from 3–4pm, at St. Paul’s Chapel, Columbia University.
- Greek music for clarinet & organ
Thursday, May 11, at 6pm, at St. Paul’s Chapel, Columbia University. George Stathos, clarinet; Julian Bennett Holmes, organ.
- The St. Paul’s Echo
Tuesday, May 16, at 7pm, at St. Paul’s Chapel, Columbia University. Julian Bennett Holmes performs two site-specific world premieres for drum set and organ by composer Yike Zhang.
Adjunct Associate Professor of Music, Hofstra University, 2022–present
Doctoral Teaching Fellow, Manhattan School of Music, 2018–present
in composition, orchestration, and doctoral entrance exam & comprehensive exam preparation. Email to arrange a lesson.
Kaleidoscope call for scores
ASCAP Young Composer Awards
Musical Chairs Chamber Ensemble composer search
Society for Chamber Music in Rochester Young Composer Award
National Federation of Music Clubs Young Composers Awards
International Antonín Dvořák Composition Competition
Mannes College Bohuslav Martinů Prize
Mannes College Felix Salzer Award