George Quincy was born in Oklahoma and is of Choctaw heritage. He has two degrees from the Juilliard school and later taught there.George Quincy was born and raised in Oklahoma and is of Choctaw heritage. He earned two degrees at The Juilliard School, where he later taught. He became Musical Advisor to Martha Graham and went on to compose, orchestrate and conduct music for Theatre, Dance, Film, Opera, Television and Concert. He is published by Foxborough Jr. Music, New York City. Mr. Quincy's music has been performed extensively on the East Coast, in Europe and across the country. In New York, his music has been heard in every venue from theaters and universities, to the Intrepid Museum to Alice Tully Hall and Carnegie Hall. He has won ASCAP Awards in 10 straight years - 1997 through 2006 - and many awards from Meet the Composer. Throughout his childhood, his Juilliard years and later, Mr. Quincy believed his lyrical gift was rooted in his Choctaw blood while his analytical talent came from his white Western education. His music presents an emotional and cultural fusion of classical and Choctaw in a personal artistic journey.