With music described as “breathtaking” (Kitchener-Waterloo Record), “imaginative and expressive” (The National Post), “a pulse-pounding barrage on the senses” (The Globe and Mail), and “Bartok on steroids” (Birmingham News), composer Kelly-Marie Murphy’s voice is well known on the Canadian music scene. She has created a number of memorable works for some of Canada’s leading performers and ensembles, including the Toronto, Winnipeg, and Vancouver Symphony Orchestras, The Gryphon Trio, James Campbell, Shauna Rolston, the Cecilia and Afiara String Quartets, and Judy Loman.
More about Kelly…
- piece for orchestra with tenor soloist for The Ottawa Symphony Orchestra and Gordon Gietz (November 2014)
- piano quintet for Lafayette Quartet and Alexander Tselyakov, Pender Harbour (July 2014)
- arrangement of Huron Carol Interlude for tenor soloist, Keith Boldt and Oper Leipzig (fund-raising CD project)