ANNEA LOCKWOOD is a native of New Zealand, but studied instrumental composition and electronic music in England, Germany and Holland, before settling in the United States, where she now teaches composition and electronic music at Vassar College in upstate New York. She has been known for her explorations into the rich and spontaneous world of natural acoustic sounds, in pieces such as Glass Concert and Piano Transplants, as well as her compositions for the recorded sound of rivers and other environments in works such as A Sound Map of the Hudson River and World Rhythms.

Annea Lockwood
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