Receiving her MFA in Electronic Music from Mills College in 2006, where she studied improvisation, computer music, and electronics. Her thesis work Two Violins and a Theatre: A Triptych of Resonances is an immersive performance environment utilizing water, light, custom electronics and interactive computer programming to deconstruct the violin as a sonic interface. At the CCMIX in Paris, France, she studied computer music composition with Gérard Pape, Jean-Claude Risset, Trevor Wishart, and Curtis Roads. Jakobsons received her B.A. in Music Performance and Biology from Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Institute of Music, studying contemporary piano performance with Anita Pontremoli and founding the Case New Music Ensemble. Prior, she studied classical violin with Yoko Moore, assistant concertmaster of the Cleveland Orchestra.
She has been awarded NEXMAP Sounding Out California Composer’s Award, Elizabeth Mills Crawford Award in Composition, American Composers’s Forum Subito Grant, among other distinctions.
Jakobsons designs sounds and interactive music for video games and is an educator of sound arts, from children’s workshops to Adjunct Professor at San Francisco State University. She also represents Keith McMillan Instruments as a violinist, demonstrating and premiering performances with the K-Bow Bluetooth sensor bow and other new technologies.
She is “one-half” of the band Date Palms and Myrmyr.
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