Born: January 10, 1979
Called an “adventurous cello songstress” (Time Out New York), cellist, composer, and vocalist Jody Redhage's dual passions for chamber music and new music have led her to participate in an array of cutting-edge projects. Praised for her “exceptional technical command,” (Steve Smith, Night After Night), Jody has premiered over 100 works, including many of her own compositions for chamber ensembles, as well as premieres of fellow composers' works. Jody has also spent the past seven years developing the ability to simultaneously sing and play complex, rhythmically intricate and independent musical lines. As recipient of the 2005 Hertz Grant, Jody was able to develop this project by commissioning a repertoire of 21st century art song for voice, cello, and electronics from some of today’s most talented emerging composers. Her debut CD on New Amsterdam Records (www.newamsterdamrecords.com), All Summer in a Day, has been called “a freewheeling, slightly edgy and altogether different kind of musical experience…highly rewarding and worthwhile” (Dave Lewis, All Music Guide)....
Awards2009 Brooklyn Arts Council Community Regrant Award 2008 Brooklyn Arts Council Community Regrant Award 2005 Hertz Fellowship 2005 Lillian Fuchs Chamber Music Competition Winner
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