Jane Rigler

Saturday, November 22, 2003 @ 8:30 pm

A site-specific work where the performers “play” the live environment. With Rigler, flute, voice, electronics; Jody Elff, deconstruction of sonic content with custom software; David Cossin, guitar, percussion, amplified feedback. The evening was shared with Rinde Eckert, see separate entry.


Flutist, composer and educator, Jane Rigler, (Assistant Professor of Music at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs) has performed nationally and internationally as a soloist and in ensembles in contemporary music festivals premiering new works and compositions written especially for her. She has been granted numerous awards and residencies nation-wide for her compositions that center on community building, stretching the boundaries of musical performance and audience interaction. Through her works and her manual The Vocalization of the Fluteshe has become known for innovations in flute performance, techniques and musical vocabulary. Rigler’s works range from solo acoustic pieces to multi-disciplinary interactive electronic ensemble works. Deeply committed to collaboration, In 2009-10, Jane received the Japan United States Friendship Commission Fellowship and has since returned to Japan several times to premiere her sound installations and performance projects. –Bio as of 2019