Benjamin Broening (b.1967) is a composer and professor at the University of Richmond. A classmate of John Liepold's at Wesleyan University, he was commissioned by the Virginia Glee Club between 1991 and 1995 to write or arrange three works for a cappella men's voices: "Come, Heavy Sleep," "When David Heard," and "Virgo Virginum Praeclara."

Broening is a recipient of Guggenheim, Howard and Fulbright Fellowships, and has also received recognition and awards from the American Composers Forum, Virginia Commission for the Arts, ACS/Andrew Mellon Foundation, the Jerome Foundation, the Presser Music Foundation, as well as a teaching award from the University of Richmond.[1]

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  1. "Benjamin Broening". University of Richmond. Retrieved 2019-10-23. 

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