Annika Socolofsky is a composer and avant-folk vocalist. Her music stems from the timbral nuance and inwards resonance of the human voice, and is communicated through mediums ranging from orchestral works to unaccompanied folk ballads. Projects for the 2018 – 2019 season include new works for the Albany Symphony, So Percussion, Contemporaneous, Carnegie Mellon Contemporary Ensemble, Girlnoise, and Shepherdess. Her research focuses on physiology in contemporary vocal music, using the music of Dolly Parton to create a pedagogical approach to composition that is inclusive of a wide range of vocal qualities and colors. Annika is a Mark Nelson Doctoral Fellow in composition at Princeton University. 

The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows: ambedo

vivid sensory details for percussion quartet

Don't say a word

feminist rager-lullaby for amplified voice and Pierrot ensemble + percussion

Boža

song cycle for folk singer & chamber ensemble