Beth Bradfish (composer and sound artist) explores contemporary acoustic and electronic sounds. Her focus is on creating environments where the audience is free to move through the sound and experience it with more than their ears.
She has been awarded an artist’s residency fellowship at Ragdale and fulfilled requests to develop pieces for CUBE Contemporary Ensemble, pianist Lawrence Axelrod and violist Michael Hall. Her work was commissioned (2013) by Access Contemporary Music as part of the Open House Chicago celebration of the Chicago Architectural Foundation.
Her work has also been performed at Spectrum NYC and in September, 2014 she was selected as a featured composer in the Oscillations series of the Experimental Sound Studio. She was recently invited to join Chicago Composers’ Consortium.
Beth was commissioned by ACM in 2013 for Open House Chicago.