Joanne Metcalf

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Joanne Metcalf (born Los Angeles, 1958) is an American composer. She studied at Duke University with Scott Lindroth and with Louis Andriessen at the Royal Conservatory of Music in The Hague. She currently teaches composition at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin.[1]

Her Il nome del bel fior (1998), based on the vision of Mary in Canto XXIII of Dante‘s Paradiso, was composed for, and recorded by, the Hilliard Ensemble and Singer Pur.[2]

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  1. ^ ILWC journal - Page 32 International League of Women Composers - 1994 "First Prize: Joanne Metcalf is from Los Angeles. In 1993 she received an M.A. in composition from Duke University, where her teacher was Scott Lindroth. She studied with Louis Andriessen at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Den Haag. She currently teaches composition at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin."
  2. ^ Singer Pur featuring The Hilliard Ensemble: Rihm Sciarrino Moody Metcalf