Jessica Krash composer
OBSTRUCTED VIEW was originally released in 2005 and was lauded as “deft, challenging and eclectic” (Washington Post), and features composer Jessica Krash performing the pieces for solo piano.
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Described by The Washington Post as "tantalizing ... engaging, with a touch of the provocative," Jessica Krash's compositions have been presented in both traditional and experimental settings. Many of Krash's works have been collaborations with choreographers, including a piece for saxophonists on both sides of the C & 0 Canal (in a thunderstorm); a children's ballet in a rundown, former amusement park; a piece for voice, dancer and large mobiles at the Joyce SoHo in New York City; and her performance of Beethoven's Appassionata in a Pierrot costume for a dance concert at Lincoln Center. The Virginia Center for the Creative Arts has presented a full concert of her work. Schools and synagogues have commissioned her to write music for the dedications of their new buildings, including a piece combining klezmer band, jazz percussion, and classical piano.