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♩ Modern composers
♩ Electronic music composers
♩ Female composers
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Operas, electronic music, vocal chamber music, North Indian-based music.
One of the first woman composers of electronic music; professional opera singer; doctorate in composition from Columbia University.
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3 April 2003: Premiere of Azure for flute, violin, viola, cello and computer music, Merkin Concert Hall, New York City, USA. On April 3, 2003 The Azure Ensemble presented a concert featuring electronic music by women composers, including the premiere of Alice Shields' "Azure." Composers Alice Shields
3 February 2004: Premiere of Mioritiza - Requiem for Rachel Corrie, University of California-San Diego, California, USA. On February 3, 2004 the trombonist Monique Buzzarté premiered Alice Shields "Mioritza - Requiem for Rachel Corrie" for trombone and tape. Buzzarté commissioned the work. Composers Alice Shields
14 February 2004: Premiere of Mioritiza - Requiem for Rachel Corrie, Deep Listening Space, Kingston, New York, USA. On February 14, 2004 trombonist Monique Buzzarté performed Alice Shields' "Mioritza - Requiem for Rachel Corrie for trombone and tape" at the Deep Listening Space in Kingston, New York. Buzzarté commissioned the work. Composers Alice Shields
3 March 2004: Premiere of Mioritiza - Requiem for Rachel Corrie, Rensselaer Technical Institute, Troy, New York, USA. On March 3, 2004, trombonist Monique Buzzarté performed Alice Shields' "Mioritza - Requiem for Rachel Corrie" for trombone and tape at Rensselaer Technical Institute, Troy, NY, presented by iEAR. Composers Alice Shields
4 April 2004: Premiere of Kyrielle for violin and tape, University of Maryland-Baltimore County, Maryland, USA. On April, 4. 2004 "Kyrielle" for violin and tape was presented for the first time, by violinist Airi Yoshioka at the Fine Arts Recital Hall, University of Maryland - Baltimore Country, presented by the Music Department. Yoshioka commissioned the work, which was revised in 2006-2008. Composers Alice Shields
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