With music of luminous vocal resonance, percussive intensity, and shimmering instrumentation, internationally-performed composer Carrie Magin traverses a wide emotional range with her fresh and universal voice. This “wonderful emerging composer” (conductor Brett Scott) has accepted honors including a Fulbright Teaching Assistantship, three Art Education Grants from the New York State Council on the Arts, and composer residencies with the Interlochen Arts Academy Band, Georgia Institute of Technology, Minnesota State University Moorhead, and Chamber Music Campania in Foggia, Italy. Carrie Magin is currently Assistant Professor of Composition and Theory at Houghton College in upstate NY, and she is also a composition faculty member at Interlochen Arts Camp in Michigan.
Coffee Stained for bass trombone, piano, and narrator
Hegira for solo marimba
Voice on the Wire for mezzo-soprano and Pierrot ensemble