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The Delian Society was an international community of composers, performers, academics, independent scholars, recording engineers, music publishers, and amateurs dedicated to revitalizing and promoting tonality in contemporary art music. The society was founded on 23 January 2004 by American composer Joseph Dillon Ford and takes its name from the Greek Island of Delos, legendary birthplace of Apollo, god of music and light. Members have collaborated in producing an ongoing series of Delian Suites for various soloists and ensembles.
As of 2010, the society's members included:
- Michael Conway Baker
- Elisabetta Brusa
- Jean Chatillon
- Grant Colburn
- Joseph Dillon Ford
- Edward Gold
- Anthony Linden Jones
- Roman Turovsky-Savchuk
- Smith, Rukshana (2004). "Q&A with Joseph Dillon Ford about the Delian Society". Artists Without Frontiers Magazine. Retrieved via archive.org 17 January 2014.
- Colburn, Grant. 2007. "A New Baroque Revival." Early Music America 13, no. 2 (Summer): 36-45, 54-55.
- Delian Society. Member List. Retrieved 17 January 2014.