Kenyon Wilson is the Associate Professor of Low Brass and Music Theory at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He performs with the Tuscaloosa Symphony in Alabama and the Symphony Orchestra Augusta in Georgia. This website contains a collection of news, work lists, discographies, and audio samples of Kenyon's works. You will also find information on his upcoming performances and his previous musical endeavors.
The Heartland Symphony Orchestra announced Kenyon Wilson as its 2014 Composers’ Competition Winner. The competition received submissions from New Zealand, South Africa, Germany, Australia, and the United States. "Kenyon Wilson’s composition Subterfuge received the top honor for its clear sense of direction, harmony, structure, and rhythm. All the parts are idiomatic and every player’s or section’s part is equally involved and important in bringing the piece to life." The world premiere of Subterfuge was performanced on HSO’s Spring Concert Series in April 2014.
Solace is the winner of the Hillcrest Wind Ensemble's 2013 Composition Contest. The ensemble performed the winning works on Saturday, April 12, 2014 in San Diego, California.
The Alabama Symphony Orchestra selected Subterfuge to be performed during an open rehearsal on April 30, 2014.
The Boathouse Cello Choir announced that Kenyon Wilson's Inertia is one of eight finalists for their 2013/2014 Composition Contest. The finalists’ compositions were performed in concert at the ballroom of the historic Carling Hotel in downtown Jacksonville on April 5.