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KIRSTEN SORIANO BROBERG DIRECTOR OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES TENURED ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF MUSIC COMPOSITION

CONTACT 940.222.7965 kirsten@kirstenbroberg.com Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas www.kirstenbroberg.com

PROFILE Ranging in style from cinematic to spectral, Kirsten Soriano Broberg composes for stage, film and dance. Her works have been presented on public radio, public television, film festivals and by internationally renowned artists such as the Kronos Quartet and Chicago Symphony Orchestra Music Now Ensemble at world-class venues such as Carnegie Hall. She has received recognition from institutions such as the American Composers Forum, New Music USA, and Harvard University. Dr. Broberg is a dynamic and passionate educator with 17 years of experience teaching at the university level. As an infectious leader, energetic community-organizer, and innovative entrepreneur, she holds 20 years of experience in academic and arts administration.

EDUCATION DOCTOR OF MUSIC / MUSIC COMPOSITION Northwestern University 2003-2009

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2018 -Present

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Executed plans and exceeded goals for student retention Spearheaded initiative to renew and diversify core curricula Designed new core curriculum featuring more diversity and flexibility Implemented programs in music business, entrepreneurship and commercial music • Devised plans and met with students to improve academic success • Supervised undergraduate advising office • Served on search committees and hired new staff members

MASTER OF ARTS / MUSIC COMPOSITION University of Minnesota 2001-2003 BACHELOR OF MUSIC / MUSIC THEORY & COMPOSITION; MINOR / CREATIVE WRITING; CONCENTRATION / SPANISH Concordia College—Moorhead 1997-2001

2013 -Present a

TENURED ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR / University of North Texas

• Taught Music Composition, Orchestration, Spectral Music, Graduate Composition Seminar, Sophomore Composition Seminar, Contemporary Music Since 2000, Contemporary Music Since 1960 and Contemporary Vocal Music • Served on the Executive Faculty Senate, the Faculty Senate, the Faculty Advisory Committee, the Composition Division Promotion and Tenure Committee, the Presser Award Committee, the Ricco Ethics Scholarship Committee and as a faculty officer for the Pi Kappa Lambda Society • Promoted from Assistant Professor

COMPOSITION EXPERIENCE Orchestra Choir

DIRECTOR OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES / University of North Texas

2011 -2013

Symphonic Winds

VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR / Saint Olaf College

• Taught Music Theory I-IV and Aural Skills I-IV

Chamber Ensemble Solo Instrument or Voice Film Dance Multimedia

2010 -2013

INSTRUCTOR OF MUSIC / University of Saint Thomas

• Taught Music Composition, Music Theory I, Music Theory III and World Music


COURSES TAUGHT Music Composition

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE / 2010 -2013

Orchestration

CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD AND CO-DIRECTOR / Ensemble 61

• Founded and managed a critically-acclaimed contemporary music ensemble • Achieved 501©(3) status as a tax exempt charitable organization • Planned, promoted and produced events • Developed strategic plans to meet fundraising goals and balance the budget • Formed partnerships with Minnesota Public Radio, the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, Consulate Géneral de France and the Goethe-Institut of Germany

Seminar on Spectralism Graduate Composition Seminar Sophomore Composition Seminar The Contemporary Voice Contemporary Music Since 2000

CONTINUED

2012 -2013

INSTRUCTOR OF MUSIC / Art Institutes International—Minneapolis

Contemporary Music Since 1960 • Taught Music Fundamentals, Music Appreciation and Survey of the Music Industry

Music Theory I-IV Aural Skills I-IV

2004-2010

Counterpoint

• Founded and managed an internationally renowned ensemble • Achieved 501©(3) status as a tax exempt charitable organization • Produced hundreds of live performances, multimedia events and educational/outreach initiatives • Developed strategic plans to meet fundraising goals and balance the budget • Generated revenue from private donations, grants, foundations and institutions • Formed partnerships with Chicago Public Radio, the University of Chicago, the Consulate Géneral de France and Columbia College • Awarded a Kranichsteiner Musikpreis at the Darmstadt International Festival for New Music

Harmony Form and Analysis Western Music History Music Appreciation World Music American Music Music Fundamentals

2007-2009

2004-2008

Strategic Planning

2007-2009

Management

Organization Problem Solving Fundraising Grant-Writing Budgeting

INSTRUCTOR OF MUSIC / North Park University

• Taught Graduate Music Theory and Aural Skills, Aural Skills II and Music Fundamentals

Supervision Curricular Development

PRESIDENT / Northwestern University Graduate Music Organization

• Initiated community engagement initiatives • Served as a liaison between graduate students and administration • Planned and produced social, educational and professional events

Community Engagement Entrepreneurship

INSTRUCTOR OF MUSIC / Saint Xavier University

• Taught Music Composition, Music Theory I-IV, Aural Skills I-IV, Counterpoint and Form and Analysis

Survey of the Music Industry

LEADERSHIP

FOUNDER AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR / Ensemble Dal Niente

2007-2008

BOARD MEMBER / New Music Chicago

• Facilitated communication between more than twenty new music organizations and helped produce biannual calendar of events • Helped produce three day festival at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE /

ENTREPRENEURSHIP CO-FOUNDER AND CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD Ensemble 61 / 2010-2013 FOUNDER AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Ensemble Dal Niente / 2004-2010

2007-2008

COLUMBIA COLLEGE Ensemble Dal Niente / 2008, 2009, 2010

2007-2008

• Executed an international call for scores and produced concert of the winning pieces • Secured funding, budgeted and ensured fiscal responsibility 2007-2008

2006-2007

2006-2007

INSTRUCTOR OF MUSIC / Chicago College of Performing Arts

• Taught Western Music History 2003-2006

FUNDRAISER / Chicago Symphony Orchestra

• Raised funds from private individuals for regular concert programming and education programs 2006

MARKETING ASSISTANT / International Contemporary Ensemble

• Publicized events, sent press releases and listed events in various publications • Surveyed and interpreted marketing research and data

CONSULATE GENERAL DE FRANCE Awarded to Ensemble 61 / 2010

2004-2006 DOROTHY AND DONNELLY FOUNDATION GRANT Awarded to Ensemble Dal Niente / 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006

BMI FOUNDATION GRANT Awarded to Ensemble Dal Niente / 2007

INSTRUCTOR OF MUSIC / Northwestern University

• Taught Aural Skills I-II, Music Composition, Harmony, Form and Analysis and Harmony

FRENCH AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY MUSIC FUND GRANT Awarded to Ensemble 61 / 2013

CHICAGO DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS GRANT Awarded to Ensemble Dal Niente / 2009

STEERING COMMITTEE MEMBER / Chicago Composers Forum

• Advocated for Chicago-based composers • Implemented calls for scores and produced concerts of selected works

2003-2006

GOETHE-INSTITUT GERMANY Awarded to Ensemble 61 / 2010

INSTRUCTOR OF MUSIC / Prairie State College

• Taught Music Fundamentals and American Music since 1900

CULTURAL STAR GRANT Awarded to Ensemble 61 / 2013 FRENCH AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY MUSIC FUND GRANT Awarded to Ensemble 61 / 2013

MUSIC COMPOSITION CHAIR / Midwest Graduate Music Organization

x• Helped plan an interdisciplinary music festival

GRANTS PROCURED METROPOLITAN REGIONAL ARTS COUNCIL GRANT Awarded to Ensemble 61 / 2013

INSTRUCTOR OF MUSIC / North Park University

• Taught Graduate Music Theory and Aural Skills, Aural Skills II and Music Fundamentals

INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO Ensemble Dal Niente / 2009, 2008 2007

CONTINUED

PRODUCTION ASSISTANT / New Music Northwestern

• Publicized events, sent press releases and listed events in various publications 2001-2003

SEASON SALES ASSOCIATE / Minnesota Orchestra

• Sold season subscriptions to patrons • Helped them select repertoire, packages and seating

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PERFORMANCES AND COMMISSIONS

SELECTED AWARDS NEW MUSIC USA Commissioning Funds / 2019

2020-2021

COMPOSER’S VOICE Participant / 2019

• “Flutter” for violin and harp will be performed by the Crimson Duo and presented virtually by the American Harp Society in Dallas on October 4, 2020

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS Creative and Scholarly Award Recipient / 2019, 2017, 2015 Small Grant Recipient, 2018 Faculty Travel Grant Recipient / 2015, 2014, 2013 Summer Research Grant Recipient / 2013

• Commissioned with support from New Music USA to compose a new work for the Heartland Marimba Quartet and Dancers in 2020 • “Of Resonance” for string quartet performed by the Beo String Quartet and broadcasted by the WDAV Classical Public Radio station on June 26, 2020 • “In the Midst of Memory” for chamber ensemble to be premiered by Ensemble Ipse in New York, New York. Premiere postponed

MINNESOTA ORCHESTRA COMPOSER INSTITUTE Participant / 2016

• Kirsten Soriano Broberg was commissioned to compose a new work for the Amorsima String Trio in 2020

SYMPHONY NUMBER ONE Composer’s Choice Award / 2016 IRON COMPOSER Participant / 2015 SAINT OLAF COLLEGE Faculty Travel Grant Recipient / 2011 AMERICAN COMPOSERS FORUM Subito Grant/ 2010 Jerome Commissioning Fund / 2009 Encore Grant / 2009, 2008 HARVARD UNIVERSITY Fromm Commissioning Grant / 2009 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY Doctoral Honors / 2009 William T. Faricy Award / 2009, 2007 Ruth Wyatt Composer Grant Recipient / 2008, 2007, 2005, 2004 CINCINATTI CONSERVATORY ACCENT INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR STRING QUARTETS First place / 2004 UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA CALL FOR ORCHESTRAL SCORES First Place / 2003 CONCORDIA COLLEGE Cum Laude Honors / 2001 Alpha Society Honors / 2001 Academic Scholarship / 1997 Piano Scholarship / 1997

• “Echoes” for solo piano will be performed by Matthew McCright in the Wetiz Center for Creativity at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota in fall 2020

• In Search of Imagery for chamber orchestra to be premiered by Symphony No. 1, conducted by Jordan Smith, in Baltimore, Maryland. Premiere postponed 2019-2020

• Kirsten Soriano Broberg was commissioned to compose a new work for microtonal clarinetist Gregory Oaks in 2019 • “Eternal Light” for SATB chorus performed by the Verdigris Ensemble, conducted by Sam Brukhman at Royal Lane Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas on December 8, 2019 • “Flutter" for violin and harp performed by Eira Jones and Andy Long at Teeside Music Society in Leeds, the United Kingdom, on December 7, 2019 • “Eternal Light” for SATB chorus performed by the Verdigris Ensemble, conducted by Sam Brukhman, at Northridge Presbyterian Church in Dallas, Texas on December 7, 2019 • “Eternal Light” for SATB chorus premiered by the Verdigris Ensemble, conducted by Sam Brukhman, at Royal Lane Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas on December 6, 2019 • “Rain Gardens” for solo piano performed by Matthew McCright at Carnegie Hall in New York, New York on November 22, 2019 • The film 489 Days, for which Kirsten Soriano Broberg composed the soundtrack, was announced as the winning documentary on the Thin Line Film Festival on March 30, 2019 • The film 489 Days, for which Kirsten Soriano Broberg composed the soundtrack, was featured on the Thin Line Film Festival on March 29, 2019 • Kirsten Soriano Broberg was commissioned to compose a new work for chamber ensemble by Ensemble Ipse in 2019 • The film 489 Days, for which Kirsten Soriano Broberg composed the soundtrack, was featured on DentonRadio.com on March 20, 2019 • The film 489 Days, for which Kirsten Soriano Broberg composed the soundtrack, was featured on public television by KERA—PBS Television on October 3, 2019


DISCOGRAPHY

PERFORMANCES AND COMMISSIONS /

DREAM-PATHS Independent Release / 2020

CONTINUED

• “Flourish” for chamber orchestra performed by the Minnesota Sinfonia, conducted by Jay Fishman, at the Basilica of St. Mary in Minneapolis, Minnesota on October 27, 2019

RAIN GARDENS The Composers Voice / 2020

• “Flourish” for chamber orchestra premiered by the Minnesota Sinfonia, conducted by Jay Fishman, in Founders Hall at the Metropolitan State University in Saint Paul, Minnesota on October 25, 2019

COLOR AND TEXTURE Fleur de Son Classics / 2018

• From Transformative States for wind ensemble performed by the Wind Ensemble at DePaul University, conducted by Cliff Colnot, in Chicago, Illinois on June 1, 2019

FLUTTER MSR Classics / 2017 CLOUD-LIKE Independent Release / 2015

• On Solitary Fields for SSAA choir and instrumental ensemble, commissioned and premiered by Sigma Alpha Iota, conducted by Teresa Stewart, in Margo Jones Auditorium at Texas Women's University in Denton, Texas on April, 6 2019

BREATHTURN Parma/Navona / 2011 CONSTELLATIONS Parma/Navona / 2011

•”Cloud-Like” version for flute and saxophone premiered by Duo Alto at the Swiss Foundation for Young Musicians in Basel, Switzerland on March 21, 2019

FEATURE ARTICLES

• From Transformative States for wind symphony premiered by the University Band, conducted by Ron Ellis, in the Recital Hall at the University of San Antonio in San Antonio, Texas on March 7, 2019.

VOYAGE DALLAS “Meet Kirsten Soriano Broberg in Aubrey” / 2019

"Echoes" for solo piano performed by Tristan Pitt in Kracum Performance Hall at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota March 6, 2019

INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR WOMEN IN MUSIC “Finding my Voice as a Composer and a Glimpse into the Natura cycle by Kirsten Soriano Broberg” / 2016

• From The Waters of Time performed by the Soli Ensemble in the Recital Hall at the University of San Antonio in San Antonio, Texas on March 6, 2019 •”Odes of Praise” for choir and orchestra premiered by the University Singers and Concert Orchestra, conducted by Richard Sparks, in Winspear Concert Hall at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas on March 4, 2019

AMERICAN MUSIC CENTER NEW MUSIC BOX “Kirsten Broberg in the Abstract” / 2009

• "Mother of War" premiered by the Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Clay Couturiaux, in Winspear Concert Hall at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas on February 27, 2019

BROADCASTS

• “Flow” for solo saxophone premiered by Jeffery Kyle Hutchins and "Cloud-Like" for flute and saxophone performed by Avid Duo by the Avid Duo on the International Saxophone Symposium in Washington D.C. on January 12, 2019

OF RESONANCE WDAV Radio / 2020 SOUNDTRACK FOR 489 DAYS KERA—PBS Public Television / 2019 FLUTTER WWFM Classical / 2018 WITH REVERENCE Listening to Ladies / 2016 CELESTIAL DAWNING Minnesota Public Radio / 2013 BREATHTURN Minnesota Public Radio / 2013 CONSTELLATIONS New Music Box / 2009 RESONANT STRANDS New Music Box / 2009

2018-2019

• “Cloud-Like” version for flute and saxophone to be performed by Duo Alto at the the Academy of Music and Dance in Jerusalem, Israel and the Sadna Conservatory in Jerusalem, Israel on the December 31, 2018 • “Joy to the World” orchestration for full orchestra by Kirsten Soriano Broberg to be premiered by the Concert Orchestra in Winspear Concert Hall on the "Sounds of the Holidays" concert at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas on December 7, 2018 • “As if Snow” performed by Versipel New Music on their "Winter Night" concert at the Marigny Opera House in New Orleans, Louisiana on December 2, 2018 • “Flutter” for violin and harp, recorded by the Crimson Duo, broadcasted on WWFM Classical in New Jersey on October 15, 2018 • “Flutter” for violin and harp performed by the Crimson Duo on the Fine Arts concert at the First Presbyterian Church in Tyler, Texas on September 13, 2018


PERFORMANCES BY INTERNATIONALLY RENOWNED ENSEMBLES

PERFORMANCES AND COMMISSIONS /

• “Arcs” for seven musicians, seven dancers and video choreographed by Amy Hoang with video scenes by Alejandro Carrillo and "Resounding" for prepared piano/bowed piano, electric guitar, clarinet, trumpet, French horn and six dancers performed on the "Interlaced Motions" concert in the Dance and Theater building at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas on May 5, 2018

Kronos Quartet Chicago Symphony Orchestra Music Now Ensemble

• “Flutter” for violin and harp performed by the Crimson duo at the Virginia Harp Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in April 8, 2018. • From Dawn to Dusk with Chamber Works by Kirsten Soriano Broberg including “Veiled in Morning Mist” for flute and piano with one EBow, “Tendrils/Rain Gardens” for clarinet and piano, “Cloud-like” version for alto flute and alto saxophone, “Flutter” for violin and harp, “Echoes” for solo piano, “Moonlight, Refracted” for bass clarinet, piano and two percussionists and “Twilight” for female voice and chamber ensemble performed by the Calliope Duo (Elizabeth McNutt and Shannon Wettstein Sadler), Terri Sundberg, Eric Nestler, Erin Cameron, Steven Harlos, Jaymee Haefner, Mia Detwiler, Jacob Nydegger, Lucas Willsie, Nick Bolchoz, West Fox, Molly Fillmore, Laura Pillman, Kourtney Newton and Garrison Gerard in Voertman Recital Hall at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas on March 4, 2018

Minnesota Orchestra Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra The Crossing Contemporary Choir International Contemporary Ensemble Jack Quartet

• “Cloud-Like” version for flute and alto saxophone performed by the Avid Duo at the Mid-Atlantic Flute Convention at the Sheraton Reston Hotel in Reston, Virginia on February 17, 2018

Verdigris Choral Ensemble Ensemble Ipse

• “Cloud-Like” version for flute and alto saxophone performed by the Ultraviolet Ensemble in the Upper Hall at Trinity Anglican Church in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada on February 3, 2018

Ensemble Dal Niente Volti Choral Ensemble

• “Opening” version for solo violin performed at Sage Music in Long Island City, New York on January 26, 2018

New Millennium Orchestra New York New Music Ensemble

• “Opening" version for solo violin performed at The Lab at Alchemical Studios in New York, New York on January 28, 2018

Crimson Duo

• “Mother of War” for full orchestra read by the Symphony Orchestra in the Murchison Hall at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas on November 27, 2018

Calliope Duo Sonic Inertia Dance and Performance Group

2017-2018

Third Coast Percussion

• “Flutter” for violin and harp performed by the Crimson Duo in Magale Recital Hall at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Louisiana on September 25, 2017 • “Veiled in Morning Mist” for flute and piano with one ebow by Kirsten Soriano Broberg was premiered by the Calliope Duo at the National Flute Convention in Minneapolis, Minnesota on April 29, 2017

PERFORMANCE VENUES AND EVENTS

• “Flutter” for violin and harp by Kirsten Soriano Broberg was premiered by the Crimson Duo on July 10, 2017 at the World Harp Congress in Hong Kong, China on July 10, 2017.

World Harp Congress in Hong Kong, China

• “I Carry Your Heart” for SSAATTBB chorus, violoncello and piano by Kirsten Soriano Broberg was performed by the University of North Texas University Choir, conducted by Richard Sparks, in Winspear Concert Hall at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas on April 11, 2017

Nuovi Spazi Festival at the American Academy in Rome, Italy Ensems Festival for Contemporary Music in Valencia, Spain Sonic Fusion Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland

CONTINUED

• “Increscent” for violin and piano by Kirsten Soriano Broberg was performed by Ensemble Ipse at Shapeshifter Lab in New York, New York on March 5, 2017 2016-2017

• “Halo” for two prepared vibraphones, piano, harp, cello and contrabass performed by the Contemporary Chamber Players at 
Roulette in New York, New York on November 11, 2016


VENUES AND EVENTS /

CONTINUED The Composer's Voice at Carnegie Hall in New York, New York International Contemporary Ensemble ICE Fest in New York, New York June in Buffalo Festival in Buffalo, New York Charlotte New Music festival in Charlotte, South Carolina Sonic Impact at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, Illinois Electronic Music Midwest Conference in Chicago, Illinois Sound Field New and Experimental Music Festival in Chicago, Illinois Opera Cabal Multimedia Festival in Chicago, Illinois

GUEST LECTURES AND KEYNOTE ADDRESSES COMPOSING FOR FILM University of North Texas / 2020 HOW TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN COLLEGE University of North Texas Freshman Orientation / 2020, 2018 COMPOSING WITH COLOR Charlotte New Music Festival / 2020 COMPOSING FOR LARGE ENSEMBLES Booker T. Washington High School / 2018, 2017 NON-PROFIT ENTREPRENEURSHP University of North Texas Division of Music Business and Entrepreneurship / 2017

NATURA, A MODULAR AND OVERLAPPING CYCLE OF EXTRACTABLE WORKS, BY KIRSTEN SORIANO BROBERG State University of New York at Stony Brook / 2016

PERFORMANCES AND COMMISSIONS /

CONTINUED

• “Halo” for two prepared vibraphones, piano, harp, cello and contrabass premiered by the Contemporary Chamber Players at 
State University of New York at Stony Brook in Stony Brook, New York on November 10, 2016 • “Cloud-Like” for saxophone duo was performed by Duo Dionysus at Atonement Lutheran Church in Kansas City, Missouri on September 8, 2016 "With Reverence" for solo French horn, percussion and strings was broadcast on the Listening to Ladies podcast on August 15, 2016 • “Rain Gardens” for solo piano was performed by Jonathan Hannau in the Open Space Showcase at the Darmstadt 
International Music Institute in Darmstadt, Germany on August 18, 2016 • Kirsten Broberg presented a lecture about her Natura cycle in the Open Space Showcase at the Darmstadt 
International Music in Darmstadt, Germany on August 18, 2016 • “Tendrils” for solo clarinet was performed by the Texas New Music Ensemble at the Fort Bend Music Center in Houston, Texas on July 30, 2016 • “In Stillness” version for bass clarinet and cello was performed by the Texas New Music Ensemble at the Fort Bend Music Center in Houston, Texas on July, 30 2016 • “Take Me In” for soprano and chamber ensemble with text by Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī translated by Nader Khalili was premiered
 by Ensemble Dal Niente at their tenth anniversary party at their rehearsal space in Chicago, Illinois April 30, 2016 • Natura for Skeletal Orchestra including “Undercurrents,” 2016 “Rain Gardens,” “Air,” “As if Snow,” “In Stillness,” “Murmur,” and “Branching” was performed by students and faculty members at the 
University of North Texas in the Recital Hall at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas in April 16, 2016 • Color and Texture for clarinet, violin and piano was performed by TrioPolis 2016 in the Recital Hall at the University of North Texas in Denton,
 Texas on April 16, 2016 • Dream-Paths for female voice, piano/prepared piano, electric guitar 2016 and percussion was performed by Erin Matthews, David Falterman, Chaz
 Underriner and West Fox in the Recital Hall at the University
 of North Texas in Denton, Texas on April 26, 2016 • Color and Texture for clarinet, violin and piano was performed by TrioPolis 2016 at UNT on the Square in Denton, Texas on April, 14, 2016 • Color and Texture for clarinet, violin and piano was performed by TrioPolis in the Choral Recital Hall at the University of Houston in Houston, Texas on March 24, 2016 • Color and Texture for clarinet, violin and piano performed in the Recital Hall at the University of North Texas in 
Denton, Texas on February 8, 2016 • Dream-Paths for female voice, piano/prepared piano, electric guitar and percussion was performed by Erin Matthews, David Falterman, Miguel 
Espinel and West Fox on M in the Lyric Theater at the
 University of North Texas in Denton, Texas on February 13, 2016 • “Cloud-Like” version for flute and alto saxophones was performed by the Awea Duo in Pepsico Recital Hall at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas on January 22, 2016


GUEST LECTURES AND KEYNOTE ADDRESSES/

PERFORMANCES AND COMMISSIONS /

• “Cloud-Like” version for flute and alto saxophones was performed by the Awea Duo in Dudley Recital Hall at the University of Houston in Houston, Texas on January 20, 2016

CONTINUED

NATURA, A MODULAR AND OVERLAPPING CYCLE OF EXTRACTABLE WORKS, BY KIRSTEN SORIANO BROBERG Northwestern University / 2016

• “Celestial Dawning” for full orchestra performed on January 29 2016 by the Minnesota Orchestra at Orchestra Hall in
 Minneapolis, Minnesota on January 29, 2016 2015-2016

NATURA, A MODULAR AND OVERLAPPING CYCLE OF EXTRACTABLE WORKS, BY KIRSTEN SORIANO BROBERG Darmstadt International Festival for New Music / 2016

• “Cloud-Like” for two alto saxophones was performed by Masahito Sugihara and Naomi Sullivan at the Royal Welsch College of Music in and Drama in Cardiff, United Kingdom on June 8, 2015 • “Cloud-Like” for two alto saxophones was performed by Masahito Sugihara and Naomi Sullivan at Marlborough College in Wiltshire, United Kingdom on June 4, 2015

COMPOSING WITH COLOR Birmingham Conservatory / 2015

• “Cloud-Like” for two alto saxophones was performed by Masahito Sugihara and Naomi Sullivan at Howarth of London in London, United Kingdom on May 30, 2015

“PARTIELS” FROM LES ESPACES ACOUSTIQUES BY GERARD GRISEY Darmstadt International Festival for New Music / 2014

PRE-CONCERT LECTURE Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra / 2011 OLIVIER MESSIAEN: HIS MUSIC AND INFLUENCE The French Alliance of Minneapolis/Saint Paul COMPOSING FOR PIANO The American Composers Forum / 2010 SPECTRALISM AND THE MUSIC OF GERARD GRISEY Concordia College—Moorhead / 2009 SPECTRALISM AND EXTENDED INSTRUMENTAL TECHNIQUES Chicago Academy of Performing Arts / 2008 STRAVINSKY’S BALLETS Loyola University / 2007 PREPARED PIANO Illinois State University / 2007

• “Cloud-Like” for two alto saxophones was performed by Masahito Sugihara and Nathan Nabb at the North American 
Saxophone Alliance Conference in Norman, Oklahoma on February 21, 2015 • “Cloud-Like” for two alto saxophones was performed by Masahito Sugihara and Naomi Sullivan at the Birmingham Conservatory in Birmingham, United Kingdom on June 10, 2015

NATURA, A MODULAR AND OVERLAPPING CYCLE OF EXTRACTABLE WORKS, BY KIRSTEN SORIANO BROBERG Northwestern University / 2016

“EMERGE” FOR PIANO AND BOWED PIANO FROM THE RESONANT STRANDS CYCLE BY KIRSTEN BROBERG Darmstadt International Festival for New Music / 2014

CONTINUED

• “Opening” for solo cello was performed by Isabel Castellvi at New Museum in New York, New York on February 3, 2015 • “Celestial Dawning” for full orchestra was performed by the University of North Texas Symphony Orchestra Winspear Hall 
in the Murchison Performing Arts Center at the University of North
 Texas in Denton, Texas on February 4, 2015 2014-2015

• “Increscent” for violin and piano and “Cadence” for piano, three piano bowers and string quartet was performed by the Nova Ensemble
 in Voertman Recital Hall at the University of North
 Texas on November 17, 2014 • “Cloud-Like” for two alto saxophones was performed by Masahito Sugihara and Naomi Sullivan on November 6, 2014 at Sam Houston State
 University in Huntsville, Texas on November 6, 2014 • “Cloud-Like” for two alto saxophones was performed by Masahito Sugihara and Naomi Sullivan on November 5, 2014 at Central Trak in
 Dallas, Texas on November 6, 2014 •Resonant Strands cycle of five pieces for piano, string quartet and three piano bowers was performed by the Nova Ensemble in Voertman Recital Hall at the University of North Texas on October
 24, 2014 • The Waters of Time cycle of seven pieces for soprano and chamber Ensemble was performed by UNT faculty and students in Voertman Recital Hall at the University of North Texas on October 24, 2014 in • “Emerge” for piano and three piano bowers was performed by Michiko Saiki in Open Space at the Darmstadt Festival for Contemporary
 Music in Darmstadt, Germany on August 15, 2014 • Three movements from Dream-Paths for soprano and vibraphone premiered by Ensemble 61 at the MacPhail Center for Performing Arts in Minneapolis, Minnesota on March 6, 2014


ADJUDICATION New Music USA Aaron Copland Recording Program

PERFORMANCES AND COMMISSIONS / 2013-2014

American Composers Forum Jerome Fund

• “In Widening Circles” (text, Rainer Maria Rilke) for soprano, harpsichord and premiered by Carrie Henneman Shaw, Tami Morse and Tulio Rondon of 2013 in Studio Z in Saint Paul, Minnesota on May 17, 18 and 19

Illinois Arts Council Fellowship Issaquah Philharmonic Orchestra Call for Scores University of Houston’s Sarofim Composition Contest

• The Waters of Time for soprano and chamber ensemble was performed by Ensemble 61 at the Regional Cultural Center in New York Mills, Minnesota on January 12, 2013 2012-2013

Midwest Graduate Music Consortium International Call for Scores

•”Opening” for solo cello was performed by Joel Salvo in the Schubert Club in Saint Paul, Minnesota on November 15, 2012

“Her music has been described as haunting, stunning, and picturesque even ineffable. It casts a spell on us that leaves time behind, taking us into a different kind of present, a different kind of now (Alison Young, Minnesota Public Radio).”

“Along with illustrations, the film had an original score reminiscent of Egyptian scales and harmonies, but also maintained a Western influence. The score came from Kirsten Broberg, a composer and associate professor of composition at UNT (Nick Lawrence, North Texas Daily).” “The standout composition on the program was ‘Ethers’ for horn, cello, and percussion by Ensemble Dal Niente founder Kirsten Broberg. It was a beautifully understated, spectral piece that built up harmonic constructions with a sharp ear for the timbres of the instruments (Devin Hurd, New Music Box).” “The increasingly prolific Kirsten Broberg also premiered her ‘Origins,’ a stunning and picturesque fivemovement work for mixed winds and strings (Bryant Manning, Chicago Classical Review).”

• The Waters of Time for soprano and chamber ensemble was performed by Ensemble 61 in Studio Z in Saint Paul, Minnesota on April 27, 2012 • “Impulse” for flute, clarinet, marimba, violin, cello and dancers was premiered by faculty musicians and student dancers at Saint Olaf College on April 12, 2012

PRESS QUOTES

“Whether you're a believer in fate or not, you kind of have to think Kirsten Broberg was meant to be a composer. Even since a young age it seemed inevitable … (Trevor Hunter, New Music Box).”

• “In Widening Circles” (text, Rainer Maria Rilke) for soprano, harpsichord and viola de gamba was premiered by Carrie Henneman Shaw, Tami Morse and Tulio Rondon in the Baroque Room in Saint Paul, Minnesota on April 4, 2013 • “Breathturn” for choir was performed by Volti at the David Brower Center in Berkeley, California at Saint Mark's Lutheran Church in San Francisco, California on March 2, 2013 and at the David Brower Center in Berkeley, California on March 1, 2013.

Meet the Composer’s Cary New Music Performance Fund

Twisted Spruce Competition Ensemble Dal Niente Call for International Scores

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• “Sketches at Dusk and Daybreak” for flute, vibraphone and piano was performed by Lontano at the Fourth London Festival of American Music in London England on October 26, 2012 • The Waters of Time for soprano and chamber ensemble was performed by Ensemble 61 in the Center for the Arts in Fergus Falls, Minnesota October 13, 2012 2011-2012

• The Waters of Time for soprano and chamber ensemble was performed by Ensemble 61 at Central Square in Glenwood, Minnesota on September 21, 2011 • The Waters of Time for soprano and chamber ensemble was performed by Ensemble 61 in the United Methodist Church in Alexandria, Wisconsin on August 4, 2011 • “Inward” for string quartet was premiered by the Kronos Quartet string quartet at the Ensems Festival for Contemporary Music in Valencia, Spain on May 31, 2011 • “Of Resonance” for string quartet from the Resonant Strands cycle was performed by the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra on October 22, 2011 • “Ethers” for French horn, cello and percussion from the Between Darkness and Light cycle was premiered by Ensemble Dal Niente on October 20, 2011 • “Of Resonance” for string quartet from the Resonant Strands cycle was performed by the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra on October 20, 2011 • “That Time” from The Waters of Time cycle was performed on the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's MusicNow series by musicians from the Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Cliff Colnot on October 17, 2011


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• “Nude” (arrangement) was performed by Ensemble 61 the Baroque Room in Saint Paul, Minnesota on September 17, 2011

“The increasingly prolific Kirsten Broberg also premiered her ‘Origins,’ a stunning and picturesque fivemovement work for mixed winds and strings (Bryant Manning, Chicago Classical Review).”

• The Waters of Time for soprano and chamber ensemble was performed by Ensemble Dal Niente at the Mayne Stage in Chicago on April 21, 2011 • “That Time” for soprano and chamber ensemble was performed by the University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire New Music Ensemble, conducted by Ethan Wickman on March 28, 2011

“The real gem here is ‘Constellations,’ by Kirsten Broberg. This delightfully evocative partita artfully introduces icy, nebulously related clusters and after some otherworldly upper-register explorations watches the universe expand and cool down even further (Alan Young, Lucid Culture).” "… Breathturn, by Chicago-based composer Kirsten Broberg, 30, which set five Paul Celan poems, expressing life and death matters, in a continuous piece that made you rethink what constitutes singing (David Patrick Stearns, the Philadephia Enquirer).”

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• “Echoes” for solo piano was performed by Nicholas Phillips at the University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire on March 28, 2011 • “Breathturn” for choir by Kirsten Broberg, professionally recorded by conductor Donald Nally and The Crossing contemporary choir, was commercial released by Parma Navona Records in spring 2011 2010-2011

• “With Reverence” for solo French horn, strings and percussion was premiered by Bernhard Scully premiered in Nichols Hall in Evanston, Illinois on January 21, 2010 • “Constellations” for solo piano was performed by Winston Choi at Piano Forte Chicago in Chicago on December 5, 2010

“Kirsten Broberg has embraced the spectral approach in her own works: 'I am interested in drawing harmonic material from various spectra, such as an overtone series that I develop in a cycle,' Broberg says (Doyle Armbrust, Time Out Chicago).”

• “Echoes” for solo piano was performed by Matthew McCright in Merkin Concert Hall in New York City on September 23, 2010 and in Sateren Hall at Augsburg College in Minneapolis on May 14, 2010

“Kirsten Broberg, founder of newmusic ensemble dal niente, is no such snob. Earlier this year at the Green Mill, her contemporary ensemble delivered an anguished take on Radiohead’s “Nude,” with Masahito Sugihara’s sax standing in for Thom Yorke’s vocals (Bryant Manning, Time Out Chicago).”

• “Beyond Blue” violin concerto for Austin Wulliman and Ensemble Dal Niente was premiered at Nichols Concert Hall in Evanston, Illinois on May 2, 2010

“This ensemble just returned from Darmstadt, Germany, where it was presented with the Young Ensembles Award during the city’s New Music Summer Course, an esteemed symposium of lectures and premieres of new music, thereby elevating Chicago’s new-music cred internationally. Founded in 2004 by composer Kirsten Broberg, the group is now in residency as a kind of house band for Columbia College, giving the young artists in … (the) program a world-class group of instrumentalists to perform their works, rather than a lifeless MIDI keyboard (Doyle Armbrust, Time Out Chicago)."

• “Songs of Longing” (text, Sappho) for treble voices and baroque chamber ensemble was premiered in Studio Z in Saint Paul, Minnesota on May 14, 2010

• “So Close” for soprano and piano, and “To Want” for soprano and piano trio (text, Pablo Neruda) was performed by Ensemble Dal Niente at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio in April 2010 2009-2010

• “Constellations” for solo piano by Kirsten Broberg was performed by Matthew McCright at Gethsemane Episcopal Church
 in Minneapolis on April 25, 2009 • “Increscent” for violin and piano duo by Kirsten Broberg was performed by Austin Wulliman and Mabel Kwan at the University of Illinois in Bloomington, Illinois on May 23, 2009 • “Breathturn” (text, Paul Celan) for chamber choir by Kirsten Broberg was premiered by The Crossing contemporary chamber choir at the Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill in Philadelphia on May 22, 2009 • “Constellations” for solo piano was performed by Matthew McCright; and “Increscent” for violin and piano performed by Austin Wulliman and John Boonenberg at the Tenri Cultural Institute in New York City on March 26, 2009 • “Tranquil” for violin and cello duo was premiered by the Wild and Wulliman Duo at Heaven Gallery in Chicago on March 14, 2009 • “Constellations” for solo piano was performed by Matthew McCright at Westminster College in Pennsylvania on March 9, 2009


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CONTINUED “An homage to Grisey’s 1994-6 work Vortex Temporum, Broberg uses French horn overtones— wonderfully supplied by soloist Bernhard Scully—within a twelvestring soundscape punctuated by percussion that included cow bells and glockenspiel. The piece builds in dynamics and shifts from tentative whole tones to an extended climactic triumph of the tonal triad (Dennis Polkow, Chicago Classical Review).” “Broberg explained that the inspiration for her ‘Celestial Dawning’ had been Holst’s The Planets, which was clearly evident in the great wash of sound she favored through (Susan Elliot, Classical Voice America).” “First up was ‘Celestial Dawning,’ a piece by Kirsten Broberg. She currently teaches at the University of North Texas, but she's originally from White Bear Lake ... 'Hearing her composition performed by an orchestra of this caliber is a dream come true,' she said. She's learned a huge amount and will use the experience to refine her piece (Evan Kerr, Minnesota Public Radio).” “Kirsten Broberg from White Bear Lake, the only Minnesota composer in this year's group, paints silvery, glistening sounds in her ‘Celestial Dawning’ (Michael Anthony, Minneapolis Star Tribune).” “I did not know Broberg’s music beforehand, but now I want to know more of it. This was a sensitive, beautiful work that took advantage of the capabilities of the ensemble (Wes Flynn, Sequenza 21).” “Dal Niente became more organized and busier. Broberg went on to become the ensemble’s first executive director … and in 2010, the group made an award-winning appearance at International Festival for New Music in Darmstadt, which has long been associated with the most celebrated names in new music (It has since returned twice)." (Hannah Edgar, The Chicago Maroon).”

• “In Stillness” for clarinet quintet was performed by the Mivos String Quartet at Issue Project Room in New York City on March 11, 2009 • “Increscent” for violin and piano was performed by violinist Austin Wulliman and pianist Mabel Kwan at the Center for Performing Arts at Illinois State University in Bloomington, Illinois on March 23, 2009 • The Resonant Strands cycle of five extractable pieces for piano, bowed piano and string quartet by Kirsten Broberg was performed by Ensemble Dal Niente in the concert hall at Columbia College in Chicago on February 13, 2009 2008-2009

• “Constellations” for piano duo and percussion quartet by Kirsten Broberg was premiered by Chicago Symphony Orchestra Music Now pianists Amy Briggs and Daniel Schlosberg with Third Coast Percussion in Ganz Hall at Roosevelt University in Chicago on December 13, 2008 • “Air” for flute and guitar by Kirsten Broberg was performed by flutist Harvey Sollberger and guitarist Paul Bowman performed at the Teatro Comunale in Cagily Messapica, Italy on October 19, 2008 • “Lines” electronic soundtrack by Kirsten Broberg composed for a film by Sarah Carlson was premiered at Electronic Music Midwest Conference at Lewis University in Romeoville, Illinois on October 16, 2008 • “Air” for flute and guitar by Kirsten Broberg was performed by flutist Harvey Sollberger and guitarist Paul Bowman performed in Villa Aurelia Hall in Rome, Italy at the Nuovi Spazi Musicali Festival on October 16, 2008 • “Constellations” for solo piano by Kirsten Broberg was premiered by Matthew McCright in the concert hall at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota on October 12, 2008 • “Emerge” for piano and bowed piano by Kirsten Broberg was performed by pianist Mabel Kwan on the Sonic Fusion Festival at Canongate Kirk in Edinburgh, Scotland on September 21, 2008 • “Suspended” for solo clarinet by Kirsten Broberg was performed by Alejandro Acierto at DePaul University in Chicago on May 25, 2008 • “That Time” for soprano and chamber ensemble by Kirsten Broberg was performed by soprano Peyee Chen and the Northwestern University Contemporary Music Ensemble in Pick Staiger Concert Hall at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois on May 17, 2008 • “Opening” for solo viola by Kirsten Broberg was premiered by ChiaYing Hsu in Shiley Theatre, Camino Hall at the University of California at San Diego on April 5, 2008 • “Emerge” for piano and bowed piano by Kirsten Broberg was performed by pianist Matthew McCright and the Renegade Ensemble at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota on April 4, 2008 • “Opening” for solo cello by Kirsten Broberg was performed by Isabel Castellvi at Brooklyn Arts Exchange in New York City on March 21-22, 2008 • “That Time” for soprano and chamber ensemble by Kirsten Broberg was premiered by soprano Carrie Henneman Shaw and Ensemble Dal Niente in Ganz Hall at Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University in Chicago on January 23, 2008


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• “That Time” for soprano and chamber ensemble was performed by soprano Peyee Chen and the Northwestern University Contemporary Music Ensemble in Pick Staiger Concert Hall at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois on May 17, 2008

“I found this class to be the most intellectually stimulating of all my classes. I have never really had to think in the terms we often discuss in the class, and I appreciate every second of the discussions held in class. I have definitely felt that my thinking has been stretched by this course. Dr. Broberg is an excellent instructor and resource for contemporary music performers and composers.”’

• “Opening” for solo viola was premiered by Chia-Ying Hsu in Shiley Theatre, Camino Hall at the University of California at San Diego on April 5, 2008 • “Emerge” for piano and bowed piano was performed by pianist Matthew McCright and the Renegade Ensemble at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota on April 4, 2008 • “Opening” for solo cello was performed by Isabel Castellvi at Brooklyn Arts Exchange in New York City on March 21-22, 2008 • “That Time” for soprano and chamber ensemble was premiered by soprano Carrie Henneman Shaw and Ensemble Dal Niente in Ganz Hall at Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University in Chicago on January 23, 2008

“Very brilliant and knowledgeable.” “Dr. Broberg did a fabulous job of structuring this class. I liked how each project was inspired by a specific compositional technique. Each project theme or genre was also heavily supported with excellent examples that resembled what we were learning. Dr. Broberg also gave excellent insight on the professional world and the realities of being a composer for orchestra. I earned a lot about what it takes to put together a professional looking score, and what makes a score interesting and memorable.” “Very patient and understanding. Always willing to explain material for better understanding.” “We engaged material that were unfamiliar to me and then applied it directly to what I was currently working on. This process caused me to engage the material directly, think about it, develop it, and apply it to daily assignments.” “She knows her material well.” “I really loved the variety of pieces that we were able to look at—some of which I had never heard of before—or heard anything like before.” “Kirsten Broberg is a wonderful teacher ... this is one of my favorite classes I have taken (here).” “I felt intellectually stimulated with each project. I loved that the class was built around learning several compositional concepts and applying them hands on. The projects were fun and I learned a lot from both Broberg and my classmates as well.” “My favorite Prof. this semester”

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• “In Stillness” for bass clarinet and cello was toured throughout New York City and Chicago by the Ai Ensemble from December 1221, 2007 • “Increscent” for violin and piano was performed by Eighth Blackbird violinist Matt Albert at the Sonic Impact Festival at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago on October 29, 2007 • “Twilight” for music and dance was performed by the Sonic Inertia Dance and Performance Group at the Opera Cabal Chamber Opera and Multimedia Festival at the Zhou B. Art Center in Chicago on October 19, 2007 • “Emerge” for piano and bowed piano was performed by Matthew McCright and the Renegade Ensemble in Lloyd Ultan Recital Hall at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis on October 13, 2007 • “Branching” for solo clarinet and chamber ensemble was premiered by Ensemble Dal Niente at the Sound Field Festival for New and Experimental Music at the Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago in Chicago on October 4, 2007 • “Opening” for solo violin was premiered by Carmel Raz on an evening of new music with Yoni Niv and members of the Musica Nova Consort at Cafe Mersand in Tel-Aviv, Israel on August 22, 2007 • “Of Resonance” for string quartet performed by the Jack Quartet string quartet at the Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago in Chicago on May 5, 2007 • “Suspended” for solo bass clarinet was performed by Gareth Davis at Rosenberg and Kaufman Fine Art on the 2007 New York City International Contemporary Ensemble Ice Fest in New York City on April 27, 2007 • “Opening” for solo cello was performed by Isabel Castellvi at Ossia Fine Arts Space in the historic Fine Arts Building on Michigan Avenue in Chicago in Chicago on April 10, 2007 • “Twilight” (text, E. E. Cummings) for soprano and chamber ensemble was premiered by soprano Linden Christ with Ensemble Dal Niente on the Chamber Opera and Multimedia Festival at the Zhou Brothers Art Center in Chicago on April 5, 2007


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“I learned so much about the contemporary vocal repertoire. Dr. Broberg did a wonderful job covering the important pieces and composers as some great highlights. The class always brought something new to my knowledge of contemporary music.”

• “Increscent” for violin and piano was performed by Matt Albert and Michael McBride at the Sonic Impact Festival at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago on October 29, 2006 • “Increscent” for violin and piano was performed by Matt Albert and Michael McBride at the Sonic Impact Festival at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago on October 29, 2006

“Was very open to help any student who was struggling and would try to find different ways to explain materials.”

• “Suspended” for solo bass clarinet was performed by Gareth Davis at the Sound Field Festival at the Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago, Illinois on October 15, 2006

“(This class) presented the opportunity to compose for a full orchestra and showed different methods of approaching this task. The organization of the content was also very effective in showing how these apply to music throughout different points in time.”

• “Emerge” for piano and bowed piano was performed at the Green Mill Jazz Club in Chicago by the International Contemporary Ensemble as part of their 2006 Chicago ICE Fest on September 17, 2006 • “Suspended” for solo bass clarinet was performed by Gareth Davis at the 2005 June in Buffalo Festival in New York in June 7, 2005 • “Increscent" for violin and piano was performed by David Yonan and Michael McBride of the Fine Arts Music Society in Curtiss Hall in the Fine Arts Building in Chicago on May 28, 2005

“I loved the course! It gave me an excellent understanding of different techniques from a historical and contemporary perspective.”

• “Increscent" for violin and piano was performed by David Bowlin and Cory Smythe of the International Contemporary Ensemble at the New Music Marathon in Regenstein Recital Hall at Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois on May 22, 2005 2004-2005

“I absolutely adored this class...it was the only class I had this quarter that I actually looked forward to going to every week. Kirsten is a great teacher and is incredibly understanding and supportive.”

“This class was fun, and really gave me the confidence to try learning about something that I don’t have any background in. GREAT CLASS AND PROFESSOR ROCKS!”

• “Lament” for string quartet was performed by Rena Ishii violin, HyaeRhun Yim Jung, Carroll Wallace viola, Tim Kwan cello in Werner Recital Hall at the College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio on June 19, 2004 • “Lament” for string quartet was performed by Rena Ishii, Hyae-Rhun Yim Jung, Carroll Wallace and Tim Kwan at the College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio on June 18, 2004 • “Lament” for string quartet was performed by Rena Ishii, Hyae-Rhun Yim Jung, Carroll Wallace and Tim Kwan at the College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio on June 17, 2004

“You won't find another class (here) like this one. It's great. For people that have never composed before, this class approaches composition correctly. It just encourages you to be creative” “Knowledgeable, positive and encouraging. A superb teacher! Her teaching helps me to believe in my dreams as a musician.”

• “Opening” for solo cello was performed by Isabel Castellvi and “Emerge" for piano and bowed piano by Sergiy Komirenko with Mabel Kwan, Drew Baker, and Scott Scharf at a Composer Concert in Alice Millar Chapel at Northwestern University in Chicago on November 16, 2006 • “Opening” for solo cello was performed by Isabel Castellvi and “Emerge" for piano and bowed piano by Sergiy Komirenko with Mabel Kwan, Drew Baker, and Scott Scharf at a Composer Concert in Alice Millar Chapel at Northwestern University in Chicago on November 16, 2006

“Professor Broberg’s genuine interest that students understood the material was complemented by her willingness to meet with students after class.”

“Dr. Broberg is super positive and really seems to know her stuff. The entire organization of the class was stimulating and to be able to get a recording of my own orchestra piece that I can use for my portfolio is pretty invaluable.”

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• “Sketches at Dusk and Daybreak” for flute, vibraphone and piano was performed by Do Hee Lee, Matthew Hawkins and Young-eun Choi in Werner Recital Hall at the College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio on June 16, 2004 2003-2004

• “Sketches” for alto flute/flute in c, vibraphone and piano was performed by the New York New Music Ensemble at the June in Buffalo festival in New York in June, 2003 • “Night Visions” for full orchestra premiered by the University of Minnesota Symphony Orchestra conducted by Yuri Ivan at Ted Mann Concert Hall at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minnesota on May 4, 2003

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