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The New York Times features the “Composer’s Journey” of Annea Lockwood

In advance of Annea Lockwood's Composer Portrait on November 14 at Miller Theatre, Kerry O'Brien interviewed the composer for "Burning Pianos and Whispering Rivers: A Composer's Journey," noting that Lockwood, who turned 80 this year, "for decades has studied how sound can have visceral and profound effects on attentive, listening bodies." 

The article discusses Lockwood's obsession with rivers and how her "sonic attention to the body and the environment has been interwoven with her life as a feminist."

The Portrait, according to O'Brien, is a fitting tribute to the composer, who "influenced by ecofeminism," has been devoted to a "reverence for sound’s potential to move people, particularly in a time of environmental crisis." 

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