Throughout a distinguished career, classical composer Louise Alenius has written music resonating with audiences of thousand-seat theaters. But two years ago, she felt compelled to reverse-engineer her creative process:
“I wrote a piece of music that made me want to build my own concert hall for it,” she reveals. “I had never built anything before; I had never made anything you could touch. But I had created a lot of theatre performances and I had visual ideas all the time, so it didn’t seem that different for me.”
Final day of Tête de Louise Alenius April 27, 12-4 pm.