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PROFESSIONAL – CREATIVE – ENERGETIC

Sabrina Peña Young

E-mail: spenayoung@gmail.com

Composer Sabrina Pena Young at the Petrucci Library

MORE SCORES

The Palm Beach Arts Paper calls Sabrina Peña Young “Wagner 2.0” for her “groundbreaking” intermedia opera Libertaria. Recognized internationally as an innovator, Young gave a TED Talk on technology and opera at TEDxBuffalo. She spoke at the Future of Music Symposium and showcased Libertaria at NYC’s Opera America. Art Basil Miami, the Beijing Conservatory, Art Miami, SEAMUS, ICMC, and venues in Asia, Europe, Australia, and the Americas have presented her work. The daughter of Dominican and Cuban parents in 1980s South Florida, Young studied percussion as a child and experimented with MIDI on her parents’ PC. In 2000 she joined the University of South Florida SYCOM avant-garde. Young continued graduate studies in Music Technology at Florida International University, interning with Pauline Oliveros. She composed over 200 works, with performances by the Florida Orchestra, Women in Music Columbus, Association of Dominican Classical Artists, Heartland Marimba Quartet, FIU New Music Ensemble, and Vox Feminae in Tel Aviv. The Creation Oratorio, composed in Swahili, Spanish, and English, and written for female choir, Afro-Cuban percussion and tape, won the IAWM New Genre Prize. The American Music Center awarded Young a grant for World Order #5. Young received an IAWM grant for her documentary The Opera Heard Round the World and Urban Nights. Young authored The Feminine Musqiue: Multimedia and Women Today and Composer Boot Camp. She has written for Yahoo!, Percussive Notes, New Music Box, IAWM Music Journal, SEAMUS, and Panpipes. She composed for Emmy-Winning Rob Cabrera’s Monica and collaborated with Lee Scott on his interactive UK opera The Village. Recent projects include the Malletkat Suite Destiny: Eondwyr (commissioned by Kurt Gartner), film scores for The Present and the Passed and Spiritus, and a performance by the InterXchange Ensemble in Brazil.

PIANO

“In the Arms of Momma D” for Beginner/Student Piano Soloist

http://www.archive.org/details/PianoSheetMusicBySabrinaPenaYoung

STRING AND ORCHESTRA

“A Glass of Water Lights the World” for Solo Cello

http://www.archive.org/details/CelloSoloaGlassOfWaterLightsTheWorld

“Danza de la Muerta” Orchestral Miniature

http://www.archive.org/details/DanzaDeLaMuerta

Asphixivision for String Quarter (with parts)

http://www.archive.org/details/FreeStringQuartetMusic

PERCUSSION

“Agape” for Marimba Quartet

http://www.archive.org/details/FreeMusicMarimbaQuartetScore

VOICE

“Song for the Forgotten Rose” for Soprano or Mezzo Soprano, Flute, Piano

http://www.archive.org/details/TrioForSopranoFlutePiano

“Spirit of Praise” World music church anthem

http://www.archive.org/details/FreeWorldMusicChurchChoirScore

“Light” for Soprano Duet and Piano

http://www.scribd.com/doc/83364093/Ethereal-Soprano-Duet-Sacred-Music-with-Piano-Accompaniment

“Light” for SATB and Piano

http://www.scribd.com/doc/83362866/Ethereal-SATB-Sacred-Choral-Piece-with-Piano

“Light” for SSA, Tape, Perc, and Elec. Piano

http://sabrinapenayoung.bandcamp.com/album/light-rehearsal-album-scores-click-track 

“Light” for SATB, TAPE, Elec Piano

http://sabrinapenayoung.bandcamp.com/album/light-rehearsal-album-scores-click-track

PROGRAMMING A WORK

If you are interested in programming a composition or commissioning a new work, you can e-mail me through spenayoung@gmail.com. I look forward to hearing from you.

Free Download of Creation Score at Archive.org

Song for the Forgotten Rose

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