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Elodie Lauten

Elodie Lauten

Elodie Lauten


The music of Elodie Lauten was presented by the Lincoln Center Festival, the New York City Opera, WNYC, The Kitchen, the Performing Garage, the Dance Theater Workshop, La Mama, The Whitney Museum, the Paris Museum of Modern Art, the Soho Baroque Opera, Downtown Music Productions, Harpsichord Unlimited, the American Festival of Microtonal Music, The Lark Ascending, Interpretations, SEM Ensemble and others. As of 2007, the discography includes 26 titles, on Lovely Music, O. Read more on Last.fm
The music of Elodie Lauten was presented by the Lincoln Center Festival, the New York City Opera, WNYC, The Kitchen, the Performing Garage, the Dance Theater Workshop, La Mama, The Whitney Museum, the Paris Museum of Modern Art, the Soho Baroque Opera, Downtown Music Productions, Harpsichord Unlimited, the American Festival of Microtonal Music, The Lark Ascending, Interpretations, SEM Ensemble and others. As of 2007, the discography includes 26 titles, on Lovely Music, O.O. Discs, Point/ Polygram, Capitol, New Tone (Italy), 4-Tay, Nonsequitur, Tellus, Frog Peak, Capstone, Pitch and Studio 21.In addition, working as a producer and artistic director, Lauten has released CDs for other artists in multiple genres. The musical oeuvre consists of many electronic, electro-acoustic and piano pieces, experimental music, some chamber and orchestral works, and her landmark pieces, the operas, or rather, 'neo-operas' evolving from or deconstructing the classical model: The Death of Don Juan (1985), Existence (1991), The Deus Ex Machina Cycle (1997), Orfreo (2004) and Waking in New York (1999), the latter listed among the most influential works of the last three decades. Elodie Lauten is no stranger to visual art : she had several group and solo exhibitions of her work including drawings, sound installations and computer-generated animation. Lauten has received awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Massachusetts Council on the Arts, ASCAP, Meet the Composer, the American Music Center, and the Music Liberty Initiative. Documentation on her work can be found in American Music in the 20th Century and Music Downtown, Writings from the Village Voice by Kyle Gann, New Sounds by John Schaefer, Soho: The Rise and Fall of an Artist Colony by Richard Kostelanetz, La Musica Minimalista by Giovanni Antognozzi and the Novocento music dictionary. Lauten is currently on the composition faculty at New York University and writes for a classical music internet publication, Sequenza21. She is a member of the boards of the American Festival of Microtonal Music and Lower East Side Performing Arts, and a writer/publisher member of ASCAP. Text from: www.elodielauten.net Read more on Last.fm.

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