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Joseph SowaBoston, MA
Joseph Sowa grew up playing violin and listening to orchestral broadcasts on NPR. Surrounded by these sounds, he wanted to make more of them.
Often taking its inspiration from nature imagery, his concert works have been played by Ensemble Dal Niente, the PRISM Quartet, Collage New Music, the Lydian String Quartet, Quartetto Indaco, the BYU Philharmonic and Chamber Orchestras, the Awea Duo, the Tower Duo, Jaren Hinckley, Daniel Stepner, and Charity Tillemann-Dick, among others.
He has been commissioned by performers including the Genesis Chamber Singers, the Farallon Quintet, Carolyn Hove, and Neil Thornock as well as foundations including the Barlow Endowment for Music Composition and the Laycock Endowment for Creative Collaboration in the Arts.
An Integrity of Clouds (2016/2017)
Performed by Ensemble Dal Niente on February 18, 2018, Waltham, MA
Motion Lines (2016)
Performed and recorded by the PRISM Quartet on January 29, 2017, Waltham, MA
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