My Awarded Projects
New Work by Eve Beglarian for Roomful of Teeth
First-time collaboration to be premiered at the New Music On The Point FestivalCreated By: Amy Williams
A theatrical song cycle of twelve interlocking musical pieces exploring women's experiences in Vicksburg from the Civil War to the presentCreated By: Mabou Mines
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Eve BeglarianNew York, NY
According to the Los Angeles Times, composer and performer Eve Beglarian “is a humane, idealistic rebel and a musical sensualist.” In 2009, she traveled down the Mississippi River by kayak and bicycle, a journey documented and explored in much of her recent work. She is currently collaborating with Matt Petty on an evening-length multimedia piece about visionary visual artists, mostly in the rural south.
Beglarian’s concert music has been commissioned by the Los Angeles Master Chorale, the American Composers Orchestra, the Bang on a Can All-Stars, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the Voices of Ascension, and the Paul Dresher Ensemble, among many others.
Highlights of Beglarian’s experience in music theater include music for Mabou Mines’ Obie-winning Dollhouse, Animal Magnetism, Ecco Porco, Choephorai, and Shalom Shanghai, all directed by Lee Breuer; Forgiveness, a collaboration with Chen Shi-Zheng and Noh master Akira Matsui; and the China National Beijing Opera Theater’s production of The Bacchae, also directed by Chen Shi-Zheng.
She has collaborated with a number of choreographers, including Ann Carlson, Robert La Fosse, Victoria Marks, Susan Marshall, David Neumann, and Take Ueyama, and with visual and video artists including Cory Arcangel, Anne Bray, Vittoria Chierici, Barbara Hammer, Kevork Mourad, Shirin Neshat, Matt Petty, Bradley Wester, and Judson Wright.
Recordings of Eve’s music are available on Koch, New World, Cantaloupe, Innova, Naxos, and Kill Rock Stars.
In and Out of the Game
live in-studio performance of In and Out of the Game, performed by the Guidonian Hand
Waiting for Billy Floyd
live performance by Newspeak, with guests Mary Rowell and Will Lang