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Judith Shatin


A distinctive voice in American music, Judith Shatin is known for music that spans acoustic, electroacoustic and digital realms. Called “highly inventive on every level” by The Washington Post, her music combines an adventurous approach to timbre with dynamic narrative design. Inspirations comes from multiple sources: literature, the visual arts and the sounding world. She has been commissioned by organizations including the Barlow Endowment, Carnegie Hall, Fromm Foundation, Library of Congress, the Cassatt and Kronos Quartets as well as the American Composers Orchestra, the National, Illinois and Richmond Symphonies. Honors include four National Endowment Fellowships and grants from Meet the Composer, the Virginia Commission for the Arts and The Lila Wallace-Readers Digest Arts Partners Program. Her music is widely performed and available on more than 30 albums. Shatin is William R. Kenan Jr. Professor Emerita at the University of Virginia, where she founded the Virginia Center for Computer Music.

This Artist performs in the following events:

Bel Canto

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