Frances White is a composer working primarily in the medium of music for instruments and tape. Her more recent works include Resonant Landscape (1990), an interactive computer-music installation which was presented for two weeks in 1990 at the Kelvingrove Art Galleries in Glasgow, Trees (1991) for strings and tape, Nocturne (1992), a tape piece commissioned by the Groupe de musique experimentale de Bourges, and Winter Aconites (1993) for six instruments and tape, a commission by The ASCAP Foundation in memory of John Cage. Ms. White lives in Princeton, New Jersey, with her husband, writer James Pritchett, their two cats, and an ever-expanding collection of species and hybrid orchids.


Moonshine Room at Club Café | November 16, 2004