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Susan Epstein Garcia earned her Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Composition at Boston University, where she studied Composition with Dr. Marjorie Merryman and founder of Alea III, Theodore Antoniou. She holds a Bachelor of Music in Filmscoring from Berklee College of Music, where she studied Filmscoring with Michael Rendish and David Spears and Piano with Ed Bedner, Jeff Covell and Ray Santisi. Her music has been performed by the Colorado Symphony Orchestra in Denver, the Boston University Symphony Orchestra, Donne in Musica in Rome, in Santiago de Compostela, Lugo, Vigo and Madrid, Spain, UniRio in Rio de Janeiro, Clark University, Brandeis University, FIU, among other places. Dr. Epstein Garcia has been on the faculty at New World School of the Arts since 1999. Prior to moving to Miami, she taught music at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, Massachusetts, Boston University, and Milford HIgh School in Milford, New Hampshire. She is a contributing author to, “Music Since 1900 An Encyclopedia” and has published numerous reviews of texts and new music. Dr. Epstein Garcia has been a guest lecturer at MAST Academy, Florida International University, Clark University and UniRio.