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Eleanor Hovda March 27, 1940 – November 12, 2009 was a composer and dancer from the United States of America She was born in Duluth, Minnesota and died in Springdale, Arkansas
She received her Bachelor of Arts in music at American University in Washington DC and her MFA in dance at Sarah Lawrence College Her music has been performed extensively in the US and abroad by ensembles including the Netherlands Wind Ensemble, KlangForum Vienna, the Cassatt and Kronos Quartets, Zeitgeist, Bang on a Can All-Stars, the San Francisco Contemporary Music Players, the Boston Musica Viva, The California Ear Unit, the Minneapolis Guitar Quartet and the St Louis Symphony Performance venues have included Ozawa Hall Tanglewood, Alice Tully, Carnegie Hall Weill, Miller, Walter Reade and Merkin Concert Halls; The Kitchen, Bang on a Can Festival and The Alternative Museum NYC the Purcell Room London, The American Academy Rome, the American Center Paris, the WDR Cologne, Cervantino Festival Mexico, New Music Forum Mexico City, Holland Festival Amsterdam, Vienna, Madrid, Barcelona, Tokyo and Asahikawa Japan; colleges and universities including Princeton, Harvard, Yale, Columbia, and Swarthmore; The Walker Art Center Minneapolis, and New Music America Remote, a collaboration with Baryshnikov's White Oak Dance Project, toured nationally and made its NYC premiere at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in 1997
Hovda held appointments as full professor/composer-in-residence on the music faculties of Princeton and Yale universities, and Bard College Music and dance appointments include residencies at Sarah Lawrence College, Wesleyan University, the College of St Scholastica and the American Dance Festival
Her music has been recorded by the ensemble Relâche Two CDs devoted exclusively to her compositions have been released on OO Discs: Coastal Traces and Ariadne Music In early 2012, Innova released the four-CD set, "The Eleanor Hovda Collection," comprising "Ariadne Music," "Coastal Traces," "Sound Around The Sound," and "Excavations"
- "Eleanor Hovda", Art of the States
- "Remembering Eleanor Hovda", New Music Box by Jack Vees, Published: March 24, 2010
- "Sounds Heard: Elodie Lauten—Piano Works Revisited", New Music Box by Frank J Oteri, Published: March 8, 2010
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