Gwyneth Walker

March 22, 1947 –

Modern Period

Born in United States

American composer Gwyneth Walker is known for collaborating with musicians and combining music with readings, acting, and movement.

A proud resident of New England, Walker was born in Connecticut, lived on a dairy farm in Vermont for almost 30 years, and now divides her time between the two states. She received the 2000 “Lifetime Achievement Award” from the Vermont Arts Council and 2018 2018 “Alfred Nash Patterson Lifetime Achievement Award” from Choral Arts New England.

Widely performed throughout the United States, Walker’s compositions include works for orchestra, chamber ensembles, chorus, and solo voice.