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Elizabeth-an Times: Metaphors and Musing Inform Ogonek’s Ethos
By Steven Libowitz   |   July 12, 2018

Although the American composer Elizabeth Ogonek won’t turn 30 until next May, she’s already earned a great deal of attention and acclaim for her ever-expanding body of work that has included commissions from the London and Chicago Symphony orchestras as well as smaller ensembles and chamber pieces. Her music is markedly colorful and dramatic, with […]