Caroline ShawUS

Caroline Shaw is a New York-based musician appearing in different guises. She is a Grammy-winning singer in Roomful of Teeth and a violinist in ACME (American Contemporary Music Ensemble), and in 2013 Caroline became the youngest ever winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Music, for her enigmatic composition Partita for 8 Voices. She was the inaugural musician in residence at Dumbarton Oaks (2014-15) and continues her residency with Vancouver’s Music on Main through 2016.Caroline has also performed with Signal, the Trinity Wall Street Choir, Alarm Will Sound, the Mark Morris Dance Group Ensemble, and the Knights. Recent and current projects include commissions for the Carmel Bach Festival, the Cincinnati Symphony, the Guggenheim Museum Words & Process Series, The Crossing Choir, the Baltimore Symphony, the Brooklyn Youth Chorus, the Aizuri Quartet, and the Folger Library, as well as her first feature film score for To Keep the Light (currently in post-production).

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Caroline Shaw