Kirsten Vogelsang

Friday, December 1, 1989. 8:00 pm

 

Kirsten Vogelsang Live at Roulette Decemeber 1, 1989

Kirsten Vogelsang

Friday, December 1, 1989. 8:00 pm

Ten compositions representative of Vogelsang’s work in the 80s including solo and chamber works, electro-acoustic pieces, and collaborations with dance. See the attached scan of the concert program for titles and personnel.

Since graduating from Yale with an MM in 1984, Kirsten has been active as both a composer and performing/recording artist (cellist), dedicating her career to the forward /crossover music in film, electronica, dance and new media. Kirsten began her film scoring career in 1989 as composer /fellow at the Sundance Institute where she worked with top composers and conducted the Utah Symphony in her own film music.  Since then Kirsten has created scores for over 15 feature length films, specializing in epic, suspense and dramatic scores. In addition to her filmscoring work, Kirsten has worked as a session cellist in the LA Recording Music Industry since 1990.  She has recorded for over 200 movies, television shows and commercials. Among the prominent composers she has recorded for – David Newman, Hans Zimmer, the late Michael Kamen, Alan Menken and Richard Marvin in films such as Tangled, X-Men, Ice Age, Last Samurai, 101 Dalmations, Aladdin…