The music of composer and pianist Mark Buller has been performed in a wide variety of locations: from Carnegie Hall to Houston's Wortham ...
The music of composer and pianist Mark Buller has been performed in a wide variety of locations: from Carnegie Hall to Houston's Wortham Center, and in various other venues in Europe, South America, and Asia. He has been commissioned by a wide range of organizations, including the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Houston Grand Opera (for two 45-minute operas, an extended choral work, and numerous art songs), the Houston Symphony, and River Oaks Chamber Orchestra. For two years he was a member of the Da Camera of Houston Young Artist Program, which also commissioned a number of chamber works. Buller's three operas to date (all with libretti by Charles Anthony Silvestri) have been performed a combined 190 times, and his art songs have been performed around the world. His chamber works have won awards as well: Regressive Variations won the national Rapido! Composition Contest, and String Quartet No. 3 was the winner of the Sarofim Composition Award. Upcoming performances include The Songs of