Juliana Hodkinson

Juliana Hodkinson (17/03/1971, Exeter, England, living in Denmark) studied composition with Per Nørgård and Hans Abrahamsen, and musicology and philosophy at King's College Cambridge and Japanese Studies in Sheffield. She holds a PhD from the University of Cambridge, on the subject of silence in music and sound art. She has chaired the Danish National Arts Foundation and taught composition and philosophy of music at the Royal Danish Academy of Music. Her works range from chamber-music to orchestral and large-scale staged formats, often with electro-acoustics. She often works with other composers and with visual artists, writers and theatre-makers. Her music has received prizes from the Danish National Arts Foundation, Danish Composers' Union, and in 2011 her production 'Rückspiegel' - a youth outreach commission from Konzerthaus Berlin - won the German Junge Ohren Preis. She has held residencies with Odense Symphony Orchestra, Orchestre de Chambre Royale de Wallonie, Kongegaarden Centre for Visual Arts and Music, and the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation.

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