music & media creator
About the music
"One of the most influential composers of our time..." Sequenza21
“Elegiac melodies... “Lovely, effecting and affecting”.."a fixture of the New York scene..." The New York Times
“A composer of enchanting music… a seminal figure…” The Village Voice
“A force on the new music scene...” Fanfare
About the art
"...a creative force in several dimensions... She not only writes music (including avant-
garde opera), but also orchestrates the entire production of those operas. Additionally she
makes installations, drawings, collages, video animations and digital art. Samples of her
genius are in this show and are very exciting to see. Elodie’s highly sophisticated use of
today’s advanced technology has opened a new dimension in the art world. Her curious and
alert mind restlessly searches for a new language for art. "
About the creator
Her music spans categories and styles, with fully scored as well as improvised music, musical theater, orchestral, chamber and electronic music with a discography of over 30 titles on various major and independent labels including Point/Polygram, Capitol, 4Tay, Unseen Worlds, New Tone (Italy), and many others. Venues include the Lincoln Center Festival, the New York City Opera, WNYC, The Whitney Museum, The Kitchen, the Performing Garage, La Mama, the Soho Baroque Opera, Downtown Music Productions, the American Festival of Microtonal Music, the Chicago Arts Festival, Interpretations, the SEM Ensemble, throughout the US with performances and university residencies and in Europe, notably at the Paris Museum of Modern Art, and recently two staged productions running for 3 weeks at Theater for the New City: The Two-Cents Opera in 2009 and The Death of Don Juan in 2011.
She has received awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Massachusetts Council on the Arts, The Music Liberty Initiative, Meet the Composer, and the American Music Center, the Argosy Foundation Contemporary Music Fund, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, NYSCA, New York City Department for Cultural Affairs, ASCAP as well as chamber and orchestral commissions.