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Dorian Wallace is an American composer, Improvisation, pianist, music therapist, and political activist based in New York City. His work is inspired by socio-political issues and existential concepts, often incorporating improvisation. 
Wallace is a co-founding member of the contemporary classical collective Tenth Intervention and founder of New Music Organizing Caucus, a contemporary classical grassroots labor group.  During the COVID-19 pandemic, along with Frank London and Hajnal Pivnick, Wallace composed a city-wide composition "For Our Courageous Workers".  In 2020, he founded New Music Organizing Caucus, a grassroots collective of music workers focused on labor practices within the contemporary classical music industry. Wallace is a member of Sing In Solidarity, a socialist movement choir in New York City that performs music from the international and domestic left.  He accompanies modern dance class and teaches music Martha Graham Dance Company , and mindfulness meditation and music therapy at the American Humanist Association.  Wallace is a member of the Democratic Socialists of America and the Industrial Workers of the World.
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- Brodeur, Michael Andor. "Music for the pandemic: A hand-washing opera, a fanfare for nurses and a socially distant chorus" – via www.washingtonpost.com.
- Passy, Charles (April 27, 2020). "New Yorkers Encouraged to Join in Symphonic Fanfare for Workers" – via www.wsj.com.
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- "Providing Mindfulness Meditation to Humanists". TheHumanist.com. November 6, 2020.
- "Further Reflection". AHA Center for Education. June 1, 2020.
- "@socialecologyproject Instagram profile with posts and stories - Picuki.com". www.picuki.com.
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