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A NOISE DID RISE

CHAMBER WORKS 1993-1999

Artist

Jonathan Dawe, composer


Label

Furious Artisans FACD6808

Engineering Credits

Engineered, edited & mixed by Jeremy Tressler at Dreamflower Acoustic


Highlights / Reviews

Jonathan Dawe has emerged as an exciting and original composer of the 21st century. His music, described as “skillful”, “sparkling” (New York Times) and “envelope-pushing” (Boston Globe) embodies a striking mix of modernist nuance and baroque imagery, spanning grand orchestral forces to delicate chamber music combinations. His works are energetic, rich, yet sharp and transparent.

Commissions include The Flowering Arts for The Boston Symphony Orchestra with James Levine, Prometheus an opera in three act opera for Works & Process at The Guggenheim Museum, Piano Concerto for Robert Taub and The Wharton Center for Performing Arts, Ciphers and Constellations for The Miró Quartet, and Orlando Furioso, a miniature opera for The Second Instrumental Unit. Dawe has also composed works for the Brentano String Quartet, Cygnus Ensemble, The New Juilliard Ensemble, The New York New Music Ensemble, The New York Miniaturist Ensemble, The Manhattan School of Music, Phoenix Ensemble, and the Institute for Advanced Study.