B.M., University of New Hampshire, 1976
M.F.A., Brandeis University, 1981
Ph.D., ibid., 1993
MUSI 471/472: Theory I
MUSI 473/474: Ear Training I
MUSI 571/572: Theory II
MUSI 573/574: Ear Training II
MUSI 405: Survey of Music in America
MUSI 775, 776, 777/875,876, 877: Composition
MUSI 781/782: Analysis: Form & Structure
MUSI 994: Theory Seminar
Michael Annicchiarico received his Ph.D. and M.F.A. in composition from Brandeis University, and his B.M. in music theory from the University of New Hampshire. He was promoted to full professor at UNH in 2014, where he teaches composition, music theory, ear training, and arranging.
Professor Annicchiarico has composed works for film, orchestra, band, chorus and chamber ensembles, and has arranged numerous pieces for jazz bands and choirs. His music has been performed by the Rutgers University Symphony Band and the University of Ohio Wind Ensemble, and his jazz arrangements have been performed by such groups as Our Big Band of Maine and the Jazz Heritage Orchestra of Cleveland. The UNH Wind Symphony, (Andrew Boysen, conductor), premiered and recorded his score for the 1929 silent film, Iron Mask, in 2009, and recorded all of his wind ensemble music in 2015. Currently, Michael is at work on The Reporter’s War, an opera about World War II.