Allison Loggins-Hull ’05 Named a Cleveland Orchestra Fellow
The composer, flutist, and producer will be the eleventh Daniel R. Lewis Composer Fellow.
Allison Loggins-Hull ’05 was named the eleventh Daniel R. Lewis Composer Fellow for the Cleveland Orchestra. The three-season position includes several commissions as well as work with the Orchestra’s staff, musicians, and community partners to build activities and artistic relationships that reflect and engage the Cleveland community.
The Washington Post included Loggins-Hull on their list of “22 for ’22: Composers and performers to watch this year.”
Loggins-Hull is well known for her work as part of the duo Flutronix with Nathalie Joachim. Described as “influential creators and socially conscious changemakers,” they are “paving the way from their classical roots to the future of music.”
Flutronix recently premiered two projects: Black Being at the Arts Club of Chicago, and Discourse with Carolina Performing Arts.
Also this season, compositions by Loggins-Hull have been performed by the LA Phil and San Francisco Symphony and she performed her own work and others’ at Cal Performances in Berkeley.
And the New Jersey Symphony premiered Can You See? a new piece for chamber ensemble commissioned by the orchestra and the Newark Museum of Art.
Read more about Allison Loggins-Hull.