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Asha Srinivasan



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Asha Srinivasan is a composer and Assistant Professor of Music at Lawrence University, Appleton, WI. She studied with Robert Gibson at the University of Maryland, Greg Boyle and Paul Matthews at the Peabody Conservatory, and Geoff Wright and Kendall Kennison at Goucher College.

Srinivasan spent her early childhood in India, and comes from a musical family on both sides. She started composing in high school, and her music explores the possibilities of integrating aspects of the Indian Carnatic style into the Western music idiom.


March 5, 2011: New wind ensemble piece (title TBD) performed by the Lawrence University Wind Ensemble. This piece is part of a CBDNA consortium commission.

Dviraag (2010) Flute and Cello
Commissioned by the Flute/Cello Commissioning Circle. Premiere performance took place at Live Arts in Charlottesville, VA by Terra Voce.

Thaandavam (2010) Alto and tenor saxophones
Part of commission by saxophonists Mike Straus and Griffin Campbell for 100 second pieces. Premiered by their duo, now known as Ant’s Elbow, at Louisiana State University.

Parole Hearing (2009) for soprano, flute, clarinet, violin, cello, percussion, and
piano (soprano and piano version available also)
Commissioned by soprano Hilary Dean

Serious Music (2008) for electronics (miniature piece)

Bapu (2008) for flute, clarinet, and electronics
Commissioned by clarinetist E. Michael Richards

Janani (2008) for piano, violin, viola, cello, double bass

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