The Cliburn
01 Apr

Gabriela Lena Frank, composer

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
2:00 pm

Gabriela Lena Frank, composer

 

Frank’s musical language is inflected by South American folk music, her harmonies clearly tonal yet piquantly colored with dissonances. — The San Diego Union-Tribune

 

“With each new piece, Frank becomes a more exciting and necessary voice,” the Los Angeles Times has said about the composer, who is inspired by the works of both Bela Bartók and Alberto Ginastera. A musical anthropologist, Gabriela Lena Frank’s work is at once identity-focused—her mother is of mixed Peruvian/Chinese ancestry and her father of Lithuanian/Jewish descent—yet keenly globally minded.

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