"Henry Dehlinger has been one of the most successful practitioners of polystylsm—and his polystylism allows him to chart a wide range of emotions, allusions, and images,” notes eminent musicologist James Melo.
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Composer Henry Dehlinger is an exciting arrival on the contemporary classical scene. His “vibrantly colorful palette,” Gramophone says, "stands out from the crowd," and he has produced an impressive catalog of music for choruses, orchestras, chamber ensembles and solo vocalists. Noted New York musicologist James Melo calls him, "one of the most successful practitioners of polystylism.” Audiophile Audition calls his work "stunningly superb" and "Formidably essential listening!"
Learn how Henry is "premiering musical magic" in his interview with Lucy Nino at Santa Clara Magazine.
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Don't miss the world premiere recording of At That Hour: Art Songs by Henry Dehlinger from AVIE Records.
Learn more about Kohelet, Henry's epic concert work for mixed chorus, soloists and orchestra; The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, his sweeping rhapsody for high voice and orchestra; Ten Poems of James Joyce, a cycle of contemporary art songs; and much more.
"Dehlinger's vibrantly colorful palette...stands out from the crowd"
"I am stunned. This is easily one of the best recordings of the year."
“In The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, Dehlinger approaches the voice as another instrument capable of the most varied and nuanced delivery.”
“Dehlinger rises to the challenge . . . especially effective in the driving harmony underscoring the voice”
"Formidably essential listening"