Eve Beglarian

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Eve Beglarian (born Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S., July 22, 1958) is a contemporary American composer, performer and audio producer of Armenian descent.[1] Her music is often characterized as postminimalist.[2]

Her chamber, choral, and orchestral music has been commissioned and widely performed by The Los Angeles Master Chorale, the Bang on a Can All-Stars, The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, The California EAR Unit, The Orchestra of St. Luke's, Relâche, The Paul Dresher Ensemble, Sequitur, and The American Composers Orchestra, among many others.[2] She received a Foundation for Contemporary Arts Robert Rauschenberg Award (2015).[3]





  • Lesbian American Composers (1998)
  • Emergency Music (1998)
  • Messiah Remix (2004)
  • To Have and to Hold (2007)
  • 60x60 (2004-2005) (2007)[4][5]


  1. ^ Shattuck, Kathryn (2006-09-03). "An Artistic Trek Across a Surreal Land of Sand and Self-Discovery". The New York Times. Retrieved 5 February 2010.
  2. ^ a b Woodard, Josef. "A Bird’s Eye, a Wonderer’s Ear". Liner note essay. New World Records.
  3. ^ EVE BEGLARIAN WINS 2015 ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG AWARD By Frank J. Oteri on January 7, 2015 New Music Box
  4. ^ http://www.evbvd.com/listeners/index.html
  5. ^ http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/60x60

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