- London-born, New York-based composer influenced by a range of creative artforms, including dance, painting, film, and poetry
- Frequent collaborator with cutting-edge choreographers, filmmakers, and visual artists
- Recently named among the top 50 most-performed living composers in the world (Bachtrack’s “Classical Music in 2019” study)
- Winner of the 2016 Hindemith Prize
- GRAMMY Nomination for "Best Contemporary Classical Composition" in 2015 for Prince of Clouds
- Currently Associate Composer for The Scottish Chamber Orchestra; previous residencies with Chicago Symphony Orchestra, L’Orchestre national d’Île-de-France, and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Works by Anna Clyne include:
DANCE (2019) for cello and orchestra
This Midnight Hour (2015) for orchestra
Night Ferry (2012) for orchestra
Prince of Clouds (2012) for two violins and string orchestra
Within Her Arms (2008–09) for string ensemble
Rest These Hands (2009) for solo violin, solo viola, or solo cello
For more information and sound samples, please visit www.annaclyne.com.
Looking Ahead: PIVOT, a new orchestral work by Clyne, receives its world premiere on August 7 with the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Dalia Stasevska, followed by its US premiere with the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra and David Danzamyr on November 19.
Within Her Arms, a signature work of Clyne's, opens the New York Philharmonic's concert season on September 17 under the baton of Jaap van Zweden.
Another new work, Color Field, receives its world premiere with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and Marin Alsop on October 23, paired with Clyne’s Restless Oceans.
Cellist Inbal Segev performs DANCE with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and Stéphane Denève on September 25. Segev brings the piece to Pforzheim for its German premiere with the Badische Philharmonie Pforzheim and Robin Davis.
“Anna Clyne is someone I look to for great music. It's always emotional and driven by her heart, but skillfully composed.” —Marin Alsop