Beth Anderson (M.F.A./M.A.) is a critically acclaimed composer of neo-romantic, avant-garde music, text-sound works, and musical theater. Born in Kentucky, she studied primarily in California with John Cage, Terry Riley, Robert Ashley and Larry Austin at Mills College and U.C. Davis. She is a member of Broadcast Musicians Inc. (BMI), the American Composers’ Forum, International Alliance of Women in Music, the American Music Center, Poets and Writers andNew York Women Composers. She resides in New York City where she produces Women’s Work, a concert series, for Greenwich House Arts. For more information, visit her website at www.beand.com.
Articles by Beth Anderson:
To make something beautiful is revolutionary (not low class, not easy, not a sign of low intelligence). Beauty is hard to make and the making is painful. You have to...