Past Made Present: Music of Jessica Krash
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Anchored by two song cycles this new recording of Jessica Krash's music highlights her affinity for chamber music.

As the music on this recording so aptly demonstrates, Jessica Krash composes with the heart of a chamber musician. Her compositions look for conversations between musical lines, and for the shifts in feeling and outlook as these interactions deepen. Her works, which have wide-ranging emotions and textures, give space for performers to create nuanced shapes and tone colors while they respond to each other. The pieces on this recording are also a dialogue between old and new: old and new music and poetry; old and new musicians; old and new social, philosophical, and emotional issues. Krash's music has been presented in both traditional and experimental settings in Germany, Austria and around the U.S., including the major performance venues and museums in Washington, D.C. She is the recipient of numerous fellowships, awards, and commissions, and has given a series of chamber music masterclasses at Strathmore, and a series of lectures at the Library of Congress, the Kennedy Center, and NIH. This is her second recording for Albany Records.
Jessica Krash, composer
Young Vilna
members of the Washington Master Chorale; Ian Swensen, violin; Robert DiLutis, clarinet; Tanya Anisimova, cello; Thomas Colohan, conductor

Jessica Krash, composer
Sulpicia's Songs
Emily Noël, soprano; Jessica Krash, piano

Jessica Krash, composer
Turns of Phrase
Laura Kaufman, flute; Jessica Krash, piano

Jessica Krash, composer
The Cantigas de amigo of Martin Codax
Emily Noël, soprano; Jessica Krash, piano

Jessica Krash, composer
Delpi-What the Oracle Said
Tanya Anisimova, cello

Review to come.
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