Lorna Dune

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Lorna Dune Bowery Ballroom 2016

Praised by VICE Magazine as the "mistress of new music" and named as one of their Artists to Watch by The Fader, Lorna Dune has been turning heads since her foray into the world of electronic music production. An experimental pianist, who played with the Philip Glass Ensemble, shared the stage with Steve Reich and Meredith Monk, and a long-time collaborator with Missy Mazzoli in the composer’s “all-star, all-female quintet” Victoire, has a new take on weightier beat-driven electronic music which is both fresh in its approach to the genre and also a unique arrival through her journey through sound. As a performer Dune was recently featured as a synth soloist with the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, toured her music nationally with Emily Wells, was commissioned to compose & perform a work to celebrate Terry Riley’s 80th birthday at the Ecstatic Music Festival, has seen a release of a remix of composer Max Richter on Deutsche Grammophon, remixed a Pulitzer prize winning work by Caroline Shaw and toured worldwide with the electro-feminist-punk icon JD Samson. Praised by VICE Magazine as the "mistress of new music" and named as one of their Artists to Watch by The Fader, Lorna Dune has been turning heads since her foray into the world of electronic music production. An experimental pianist, who played with the Philip Glass Ensemble, shared the stage with Steve Reich and Meredith Monk, and a long-time collaborator with Missy Mazzoli in the composer’s “all-star, all-female quintet” Victoire, has a new take on weightier beat-driven electronic music as well as psychedelic ambient healing tones experienced as a unique arrival through her journey through sound. As a performer Dune was recently featured as a synth soloist with the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, toured her music nationally with Emily Wells, was commissioned to compose & perform a work to celebrate Terry Riley’s 80th birthday at the Ecstatic Music Festival, has seen a release of a remix of composer Max Richter on Deutsche Grammophon, remixed a Pulitzer prize winning work by Caroline Shaw and toured worldwide with the electro-feminist-punk icon JD Samson. “An experimental keyboardist who is happy to go wherever her heart and ears tell her, redefining genres along the way, Lorna Dune inhabits a world of her own, and it’s a glorious thing to behold.” – Red Bull Music Academy 

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