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Martin Max Schreiner

Martin Max Schreiner, American librarian, composer. Recipient Douglas W. Bryant fellowship Harvard University, 1989. Founding member, executive officer Springfield (Massachusetts) Jazz Society, 1978-1980. With United States Army, 1970-1972. Member Music Library. Association, Boston Area Music Libraries (chairman 1991-1993), Society Composers, American Music Center.

Background

  • Schreiner, Martin Max was born on July 21, 1950 in Springfield, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Martin Max and Muriel (Lee) Schreiner.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Music, University Massachusetts, 1976. Master of Music, New England Conservatory, 1986. Medical Science Liaison Society, Simmons College, 1987.

    Career

    • Instructor music University Massachusetts, Amherst, 1977. Performing artist Mayor' General’ s Office for Cultural Affairs, Springfield, 1978-1979. Reference assistant international legal studies Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1980-1987, head Morse Music Library., since 1987.

      Lecturer, composer Montanea International Composers Conference, Leukerbad, Switzerland, 1990. Guest lecturer New England Conservatory, Boston, 1991, 93.

    Works

    • Composer classical pieces. Managing editor: SONUS, since 1991. Contributor articles and reviews to professional journals.

    Membership

    Founding member, executive officer Springfield (Massachusetts) Jazz Society, 1978-1980. With United States Army, 1970-1972. Member Music Library.

    Association, Boston Area Music Libraries (chairman 1991-1993), Society Composers, American Music Center.

    Connections

    • Married Lynn R. Matis, October 17, 1982. 1 child, Daniel Martin.
    • father: Martin Max Schreiner
    • mother: Muriel (Lee) Schreiner
    • spouse: Lynn R. Matis
    • child: Daniel Martin Schreiner
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    Born July 21, 1950
    (age 66)
    Nationality
    • 1976
      University Massachusetts
    • 1986
      New England Conservatory
    • 1987
      Simmons College
    • 1977
      Instructor, music University Massachusetts
      Amherst, Ohio, United States
    • 1978 - 1979
      performing artist, Mayor's Office for Cultural Affairs
      Springfield, Missouri, United States
    • 1980 - 1987
      reference assistant, international legal studies Harvard University
      Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

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