Grammy-nominated composer Anna Clyne sits down for an artist talk and discussion with undergraduate students as part of her residency at Columbia’s Miller Theatre. A “dazzlingly inventive” (Time Out New York) composer who works with electronics and acoustic instruments alike, Clyne frequently collaborates with filmmakers, choreographers, and visual artists. She is currently the Chicago Symphony’s Mead Composer-in-Residence, and she has been commissioned by Carnegie Hall, Houston Ballet, London Sinfonietta, and Los Angeles Philharmonic.
Hear about Clyne’s music and evolution as a composer, in advance of a concert featuring her music on Miller’s Composer Portraits series the following evening, April 23. Following the talk and Q & A, students will be invited to listen to an open rehearsal with Ensemble Signal.
This event is free and open to students with valid ID.