Kati Agócs is a distinguished composer from the younger generation whose works are performed by leading musicians across the globe. Her music merges lapidary rigor with sensuous lyricism. The New York Times has described her music as “striking”, “nimble”, “intriguing”, “filled with attractive ideas,” and her vocal writing as possessing "an almost 19th-century naturalness." The Boston Globe has called it "music of fluidity and austere beauty". Born in 1975 in Windsor, Canada, of Hungarian and American background, Kati Agócs is on the composition faculty at the New England Conservatory in Boston. For more reviews, go to the press section. To learn more about Kati, visit her biography page.
- The Boston Symphony Orchestra Chamber Players premiere new work by Kati Agócs commissioned in celebration their Fiftieth Anniversary. See details in the performances section
- Crystallography, just premiered in Vancouver, programmed on the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra's New Music Festival and in Boston with Collage New Music
- "Shenanigan whirls with the energy, struggle, and humour of the people of our region..." Rave review of performance by the Newfoundland Symphony in the Telegram (St. John's, Newfoundland)
- Saint Elizabeth Bells premiered on New England Conservatory's First Monday Series
- Kati Agócs is named a 2013 Composition Fellow of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
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