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Kristina Warren is an acoustic and multimedia composer, improviser, and researcher based in Providence RI [US]. Her practice - including building/playing unique instruments, composing for/with chamber ensembles, and writing about gender in electronic music - centers individual and collective acts of listening and making noise. Warren's work has been programmed at events such as the Guthman Musical Instrument Competition [US], Espace des arts sans frontières [FR], ICMC [GR, NL], ISSTA [IE], Mise-En Music Festival [US], NIME [US], NYCEMF [US], and TENOR [CA, ES], and performed by ensembles such as Chartreuse, Dither, Ekmeles, JACK Quartet, loadbang, Meehan / Perkins Duo, Sō Percussion, and Yarn/Wire. She has been selected as a PEO Scholar Award recipient (2016), an Associate Artist at the Atlantic Center for the Arts (2016), and a finalist in the American Composers Forum National Composition Contest (2014).

Currently a Visiting Assistant Professor of Electronic Music & Multimedia at Brown University, Warren holds a PhD in Composition & Computer Technologies from University of Virginia (2017) and a BA in Music Composition from Duke University (2011).

kristina_warren [at] brown [dot] edu

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