Zosha Di Castri is a Canadian composer and pianist based in New York. Her works, which have been performed in Canada, the USA, South America, Asia, and Europe, extend beyond pure concert music, to include projects with electronics, sound arts, and collaborations with video and dance.
Her most recent commission was for Dear Life, a 25-minute work for orchestra, soprano, and recorded narrator, based on a short story by Alice Munro, for the National Arts Center Orchestra of Canada. Other large-scale projects include a 2015 evening-length new music theatre piece, Phonobellow (co-written with David Adamcyk) for ICE with performances in New York and Montreal. Phonobellow features five musicians, a large kinetic sound sculpture, electronics, and video in a reflection on the influence of photography and phonography on human perception.
Your First Page gift goes to support the completion and premiere of this magical work! You will receive VIP tickets to the world premiere performance, acknowledgement in the program, a framed, signed copy of the first page of the score, and recognition with the piece in perpetuity.
To fund Zosha Di Castri's Septet, or hear about other First Page opportunities, please contact Rebekah Heller, co-Artistic Director
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