I will be premiering Aria, a work for soprano, 1 piccolo, 2 violins,1 viola, 1 cello, 1 harp, 1 Haegeum, 1 piano, and 2 percussion players
Planctus won first prize international VQ New Works Competition 2016 at the Jacqueline Du Pre Music Building at Oxford University. More on the Villiers Quartet http://www.villiersquartet.com/vsqblog/kristina-wolfe-named-winner-2016-vq-new-works-competition
You can read the composer’s spotlight here: http://www.villiersquartet.com/wolfe
Antiphon for Viol and Piano will be recorded by violist da gamba Andrew Arceci––and featured on a CD devoted to new music for viola da gamba––and/or presented on concerts throughout the United States, Italy, and/or Thailand.
Mentioned in: Hacket, Rosalind. “Making the Invisible Audible: The Sonic Mysticism of Ambient and Space Music”. XXI IAHR World Congress. http://www.iahr2015.org/iahr/3226.html
Cited in: Whalley, Ian. “Developing Telematic Electroacoustic Music: Complex networks, machine intelligence and affective data stream sonification.” Organised Sound 20.01 (2015): 90-98.
Organised Sound, Volume 19, Issue 3 (Special Issue). Sonification has become a commonly used tool for data analysis, auditory feedback and compositional inspiration. It is often described in scientific terms as a means of uncovering previously unknown patterns in information or data through the use of the auditory sense.... read more here.
Brattleboro Reformer. “Music innovator Charles Dodge honored at Dartmouth”. http://www.reformer.com/ci_12260810?source=most_emailed. Mentioned.
Hinkle-Turner, Elizabeth. “International Alliance for Women in Music Congress 2006, Global Perspectives” Communauté Électroacoustique Canadienne. http://econtact.ca/8_4/hinkle_turner.html.