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Pauline Oliveros

Composer/performer Pauline Oliveros based in Kingston, New York since 1981 has performed worldwide as a soloist on her just tuned accordion and with the Deep Listening Band. (Tuning chart) As a composer her recent awards include the Bessie Award from Dance Theater Workshop for Contenders (1991) a work for Susan Marshall Dance Company, A Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts in 1992 for composing Epigraphs in the Time of Aids for the Deep Listening Band and a grant from the Foundation for Contemporary Performance 1994 for her work. Her most recent compact disc Pauline Oliveros and American Voices (1994) is already gathering critical acclaim. Njinga the Queen King (1992) a major work of music theater was created in collaboration with playwright/director Ione and presented during the Next Wave Festival at Brooklyn Academy of Music in December 1993.

Seeking to support the creation of new works, their presentation and dissemination Oliveros established Pauline Oliveros Foundation Inc. in Kingston, NY - a non profit program for the arts in 1985. Currently she is the president and founder. Oliveros' career and history as a new music pioneer date to the early 60's when she became the first Director of the Tape Music Center at Mills College. She then moved to a fourteen year stay at the University of California at San Diego, where she was a vital part of that institution's world-reknown new music program

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I Dischi Di Angelica
2017

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Nessuno

I Dischi Di Angelica
2016

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Live At the Stone

Live At the Stone

Important Records
2016

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Accordion & Voice

Accordion & Voice

Important Records
2014

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The Dunrobin Session

McClees Corporation
2012

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Accordion To Bass

McClees Corporation
2011

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