William Hill has been critically acclaimed as a composer, soloist, visual artist,
recording artist, and conductor. Currently he is Principal Timpanist with the Colorado
Symphony and Grand Teton Music Festival where he also serves as a resident composer.
Mr. Hill teaches music composition at the University of Denver 's Lamont School of
Music. In addition to the Colorado and Grand Teton appointments Mr. Hill has served
as a composer with the Colorado Symphony, Ohio Chamber Orchestra, National Music Festival,
Academy in the Wilderness Chamber Orchestra, Cheyenne Symphony, Denver Chamber Orchestra,
Colorado Music Festival, Strings in the Mountains Festival, and Denver Public Schools
and the Nova Series of Salt Lake City.