Emmy Award Winning Artist Charles Denler
Charles David Denler, a Marlborough native who is an Emmy Award winning composer and pianist, is bringing his music back home in a Benefit Concert at the Marlborough Arts Center on December 16th, 2022. Reviewers have called him “a genius” and a “national treasure”. He is considered to be one of today’s preeminent modern composers and has written scores for over 200 film and TV programs, while winning 4 Emmy Awards, 2 Park City Film Music Gold Medals, 2 Gold Medals at the Global Music Awards, and many festival honors and awards for his film scoring. He has also played internationally with the Prague National Symphony Orchestra, a recording of which was named the Best Neoclassic Album of 2022. His music has been described as beautiful, triumphant, epic, inspiring, and dramatic. He even wrote fun pieces for children on STARZ!KIDS. Clips of his works can be listened to by scrolling to the bottom of this page, or by visiting Charles’ website at charlesdenler.com
Charles is an incredibly prolific composer. His music has been featured with many well-known artists such as Creed, Cyndi Lauper and Paul Simon. His music has also been featured on TV Channels including Disney, National Geographic, History Channel, PBS, Animal Planet, Honda, Coca Cola, Oprah, American Chopper, Dirty Jobs, Dateline, NBC, NASA, the Colorado Rockies, and the New York Yankees. He has written for many feature films starring actors such as Helen Mirren, Robert Duvall, Susan Sarandon, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Richard Dreyfuss, Louis Gossett, Jr., Charles Durning, Steve Guttenberg, Daryl Hannah and many others. His concert works include “Portraits of Colorado”, “American Symphony #1”, and “Portraits in Season”. In 2014 he was asked to compose a new theme for the Colorado Rockies Baseball Team. That music was recorded with the Colorado Symphony and premiered live on Coors Field on Opening Day with Charles conducting. He shares his gifts by lecturing at film festivals and universities across the United States and continues his teaching as a professor of composition, music theory, and music production.
This very special concert will be at the Marlborough Arts Center, 231 North Main Street in Marlborough, CT on Friday, December 16th. Doors will open at 7 PM with the concert beginning at 7:30. There is ample parking and the building is fully accessible.
“On Tapered Meadows”