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Wilden Dannenberg is a multifaceted musician committed to engaging people in a range of musical styles and experiences. With a firm foundation in the repertoire of early to contemporary works, Wilden is regularly engaged as a hornist, conductor, arranger and organist. Recent highlights include the Weill Hall premiere of a Carnegie Hall commission by composer TJ Cole, multiple collaborations as a conductor and performer with Pulitzer Prize winning composer Tania León, and performances aired on NPR and WQXR. Originally from Perry, Georgia, Wilden holds degrees from Florida State and Stony Brook Universities, and is an alumnus of Ensemble Connect, a fellowship of Carnegie Hall and the Juilliard School. He performs with Bronx Arts and Frisson Ensembles, and is on faculty at Adelphi University.  Additionally, Wilden is the Director of Music and Organist at the Episcopal Church of St. Luke and St. Matthew in Brooklyn. Assistant Director of the Westchester-based Hudson Chorale.