George Arasimowicz

George Arasimowicz is the dean of the Division of Arts, Media and Communications, and a professor of music, at the Wheaton College Conservatory of Music in Wheaton, Illinois. He earned his Ph.D. at the University of California, San Diego, his M.A. at McGill University, his B.M. at the University of Toronto, his Honours B.A. at Carleton University, and his A.R.C.T. at the Royal Conservatory of Toronto. Along with having received numerous fellowships and awards for composing, he also has been commissioned by PBS, NPR, and CBC broadcasting networks.


Volume 43

Guests on Volume 43: Jedediah Purdy, on the ironic mood and its effect on public life; Lendol Calder, on the cultural significance of consumer credit; John Nelson, on Soli Deo Gloria, commissioning sacred classical works; George Arasimowicz, on crafting a tone poem about the life of Peter; James Calvin Schaap, on writing and the challenge to piety; Frederick Buechner, on the ministry of memoirs and the importance of remembering; Kay Hymowitz, on mistaken ideas of adulthood and childhood; and Calvin Stapert, on My Only Comfort: Death, Deliverance, and Discipleship in the Music of Bach.