Marco-Adrián Ramos (1995) is a Mexican-American musician who has written for a variety of media including work for voice, instrumental and electroacoustic ensembles, and dance. Cherished mentors have included artists like Christopher Lacy, Mari Kimura, Gabriela Lena Frank, David Lang, and Rebecca Scott. Institutional recognitions include: 2016 and 2021 ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composer Awards, an artist grant from the National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures, the Arthur Friedman Prize (Juilliard), a Charles Ives Scholarship from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and the William Schuman Prize from the BMI Foundation. Collaborators include the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, the Houston Symphony, GLFCAM, The Orchestra of St. Luke’s, 45th Parallel, and the New York Youth Symphony.
Yale University, School of Music (New Haven, CT), Master of Musical Arts in Music Composition, 2020-2023
The Juilliard School (New York, NY), MMus in Music Composition, 2017-2019
The Juilliard School, BMus in Music Composition, 2013-2017