Carol Robinson (clarinets) plays both repertoire and experimental music with equal ease and interest. She performs in major concert halls and international festivals, working closely with a great variety of composers Recently released recordings include classical and improvised music as well as music by Giacinto Scelsi, Luigi Nono, Morton Feldman, etc. Her own compositions are played in concert and recorded by European broadcasting networks (Hessischer Rundfunk, Saarlandischer Rundfunk, Lithuanian National Radio, Radio France, etc.). Many of her works combine acoustic sound with electronic transformations, and integrate aleatory elements. Particularly interested in working with movement, she has received numerous commissions to write for innovative dance productions. Born in the United States, she graduated from the Oberlin Conservatory before settling in Paris.
Alain Bancquart: Le Livre du Labyrinthe (mode 120/121, 2-CDs)
Luciano Berio: The Complete Sequenzas and Works for Solo Instruments
Morton Feldman: Vol. 7: Late Works with Clarinet (mode 119)
Luigi Nono, Voices of Protest (mode 87)
Giacinto Scelsi, Music For High Winds (mode 102)
"Late Works with Clarinet": Interview with Carol Robinson
by Alan Nicholson.
Carol Robinson online