“Working directly with composers has offered me a front row seat in the creative process. I’ve enjoyed sharing violin concertos by Jennifer Higdon, Jim Stephenson, Philip Glass, and most recently, George S. Clinton.

Bringing new works to an audience is its own journey that is equally enjoyable. It’s part of cultivating curiosity and creating a shared sounding point of our existence. I’m essentially in the middle of the conversations between the audience and composer, advocating for enjoyment, purpose, and making it all relatable.

Sharing living composer’s works has been, and continues to be, one of the highlights and passions of my career. New works reflect our contemporary times, our present soundscapes, and our current narratives. I feel it is one of the most important types of conversations we have within music.”

~ Holly Mulcahy

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