Sri Lankan-born Dinuk Wijeratne made his Carnegie Hall debut in 2004 as a conductor, composer and pianist, performing with Yo Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble. His music contains many non-western influences. He studied at the Royal Northern College of Music in the UK, and with John Corigliano at Juilliard in New York City. He grew up in Dubai, UAE. Dinuk Wijeratne has been the Music Director for the Nova Scotia Youth Orchestra for the past seven seasons (since 2006), and held a 3-year appointment as Conductor-in-Residence with Symphony Nova Scotia.
- Tsimo! (2012)
- Tabla Concerto (2011)
- 'Brazil, January 1, 1502' (2011)
- Solea di Diomira (2010)
- Colour Study in Rupaktaal (2007)
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