Alexandra Fol facts for kids
Fol has composed more than 40 works in different mediums, which have been performed by ensembles such as Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra, the orkest de ereprijs, Ossia New Music, the New Fromm players, the thingNY ensemble, the Young Artists Orchestra, McGill University Orchestra, and others.
Fol's works have been performed by the Orchestre Symphonique de Montreal, the Sofia Philharmonic, the New Score Chamber orchestra, among others. In 2005 she was one of four composers commissioned to write a children's work for the 70th anniversary of the Montréal Symphony Orchestra's Children's series. "Pegasus", op. 37 was performed throughout the 2005-2006 season and included in an educational CD for children. Important performances of her works include the premiere of her "Two Songs for Voice and Orchestra" by one of the Tokyo Symphony Orchestras in 1994 and the premiere of her Concerto for Violinon a 16 c. Storioni violin by Leonid Iogansen and the Boston University Orchestra in 2001.
Fol teaches composition for the She was a finalist for the 2006 Gaudeamus International Composers Award and a 2007 Tanglewood Music Center composition fellow, and is recipient of grants by the Canada Council for the Arts and the Bulgarian Ministry of Culture among others.
"One Day God Will Return" for chamber orchestra, 2008
"Requiem no. 2", op. 40, 2006
"Pegasus", op. 37, 2005
Concerti for solo and orchestra:
"A Swan song for the Impossible Love" for Bass clarinet and chamber orchestra, 2004
Viola concerto no. 2, 2002
Violin concerto, 2001
Viola concerto no. 1, 1999
Piano concerto, 1999
Chorus and orchestra:
"Requiem no. 1", op. 19, 2001
Incidental music for Macbeth, 2007
"In the name of... a Cantata", 2004
"Cinderella, the fairy tale", 2003
"Happy memories" for violin, 2008
"Be/alls" for percussion, 2008
String quartet no. 2, 2006
Brass Quintet, 2005
"Frenzi" for piano and clarinet, 2003
String quartet no. 1, 1999
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