What I mean by that is . . . recently I was driving out of town and listening to WFIU (Indiana University - Bloomington) and heard an orchestral piece I hd never heard before.
It turns out it was Gerald Finzi's Grand Fantasia and Toccata, Op.38, for Piano and Orchestra - a wonderful composition - especially the Toccata section. I have a BME and MS in music and never had heard of him. He was a contemporary and acquaintance of Ralph Vaughan Williams. I bought an album of Finzi selections from iTunes and really love his stuff - Romance for String Orchestra, Op. 11, A Severn Rhapsody, Op. 3 and many others.
So that is "my" recent composer "discovery".
More here: http://www.geraldfinzi.org/
What about you?