Performing Arts, 2006
Composer and vocalist Lisa Bielawa takes inspiration for her work from literary sources and close artistic collaborations. A composer-in-residence at the Boston Modern Orchestra Project, under the auspices of Music Alive, Bielawa has created a range of new works for soloists and orchestra. Bielawa’s works, including The Lay of the Love and Death and Hurry, have been premiered, commissioned and performed at Alice Tully Hall and Carnegie Hall and the Seattle Symphony Made in America Festival. The inaugural season of Zankel Hall included the premiere of her work The Right Weather by American Composers Orchestra and award-winning pianist Andrew Armstrong. Bielawa has received grants, fellowships and awards from the American Academy in Rome, Civitella Ranieri Foundation in Italy, The Fund for U.S. Artists at International Festivals, New York State Council on the Arts, New York Foundation for the Arts, the American Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers, the Omaha Symphony International Competition and the Foundation Royaumont in France. Her music is available on the Tzadik (A Handful of World) and Albany Records (First Takes) labels.
Awards and Accomplishments
Lisa Bielawa is the composer & project director of Airfield Broadcasts in Berlin & San Francisco, "parallel large-scale spatial-musical celebrations featuring hundreds of musicians"
2010: Lisa Bielawa's solo and orchestral music is released on 2-CD set, _In medias res_, by BMOP/sound
2009: Lisa Bielawa receives Rome Prize in Musical Composition
2009: Lisa Bielawa is artist in residence at the Chamber Music Conference and Composers’ Forum of the East
2008: Bielawa receives American Music Center Composer Assistance Grant
2008: _Chance Encounter_ receives Gold Medal for Excellence at the Park City Film Music Festival
Chance Encounter is a site-specific music work performed in public spaces and street corners by Lisa Bielawa, vocalist Susan Narucki and as many as…
Feb 13 – Feb 13
Lisa Bielawa's Creative Capital supported project "Chance Encounter" is performed at The Whitney Museum in New York City
May 07 – May 07
Feb 08, 2006