Steve Schwartz responds to Karl Miller asks:
>>Is there any composer today who, at the age of 40 or so, is considered
>>a master, with each new work of his or hers being eagerly awaited by
>>the concert going public?
>I don't know about the concert-going public, but I want to
>hear the next Golijov, Tormis, Boulez, Adams, Rosner, Rouse, and Lees.
In the smaller realm of the classical guitar and its fans, there are a
good number of composers who fit this description. Leo Brouwer and
Nikita Koshkin come quickly to mind.