Loretta NotareschiDenver, CO
Called a “bright wom[a]n with big ideas” (Souls in Action), Colorado-based composer Loretta Notareschi seeks to create “compassion” (303 Magazine) and connection through her “powerful” (The Denver Post) music. Whether writing for string quartet or symphony orchestra, church choirs or classical ukulele, she seeks to move listeners with music of meaning. Notareschi holds a PhD in music composition from the University of California, Berkeley and is a professor of music at Regis University in Denver, Colorado.
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