Aleksandra Vrebalov

Serbian-born composer Aleksandra Vrebalov explores the concepts of time, place, and memory by combining documentary audio with acoustic instruments. She has created music for opera, dance, and the concert stage, as well as for documentary films and art exhibitions. Her electronic pieces are most often based on materials from her personal audio archive. Vrebalov moved to San Francisco in 1995 and now resides in New York City.

Aleksandra Vrebalov was nominated by David Harrington.

Excerpt from Mileva
Pannonia Boundless played by Voxare Quartet
Eastern Chapel Meditations, for violin and piano and prerecorded sounds, Vladimir Valjarevic, piano and Miroslav Hristov, violin
Postcard From Ruma, Serbia - visiting Sava Sumanovic Gallery
Spell No. 4 for amplified string quartet, Tibetan ball and chimes and prerecorded sounds, performed by Kronos Quartet
Ur Song for amplified string quartet, singer and prerecorded sounds, Kronos Quartet and Judith Berkson