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He was born in Danbury, Conn. on September 12, 1977. His Father is Kenneth Clark Murch and his mother is Cathleen Mary (Wild) (Murch) Durkee. Mr. Murch wrote his first orchestra composition, “Momentarily Silent”, as a junior in high school and it was performed by GAMAC symphony orchestra under the baton of Alex Spainhour. He won first place in the music composition contest through MTNA (Music Teachers National Association) in 1996 for the state of South Carolina and placed second in the southeast region. He attended the University of South Carolina where he received a scholarship for the viola, composition and a teaching scholarship through the USC String Project. Mr. Murch graduated from USC in 2001 with a bachelor in music composition. The GAMAC orchestra premiered his composition “Threnody for the Victims of September 11th” that same year. In 2002 the Anderson Symphony premiered “Homage to Mary Nicholson” for a member of the orchestra that had passed away. ..
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