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Chelsea Loew


|  Composer  |  Pianist  |  Teacher  |  Choral Alto  |

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Chelsea Loew


|  Composer  |  Pianist  |  Teacher  |  Choral Alto  |

I love music passionately. And because I love it I try to free it from barren traditions that stifle it.
— Claude Debussy
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Commissioning a new work is a truly invigorating process that yields a piece of art adapted by the composer specifically for the musicians at hand. I love collaborating with fellow musicians and am always eager to hear others' ideas. 

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Interested in a new work?


Commissioning a new work is a truly invigorating process that yields a piece of art adapted by the composer specifically for the musicians at hand. I love collaborating with fellow musicians and am always eager to hear others' ideas. 

Contact Chelsea

Middle: Taken after the premiere of Alone in Eugene, OR during the Oregon Bach Composers Symposium in June 2016. Mezzo-soprano Sarah Brauer (left), conductor Caleb Wenzel, flutist Alexis Evers, pianist Margaret Sutherland, and violist Olivia Davis preformed my art song on two separate programs during the festival. 

Right: Taken after the premiere of Hughes of Sylvia in San Francisco, CA at the Center for New Music in March 2017. This work was a collaborative commission between Siroko Duo (Jessie Nucho and Victoria Hauk) and Helia Music Collective (Emma Logan and Julie Barwick). 

Hear these works, along with countless others, below:

Over the years, I have had the pleasure of working with several talented performers and conductors. Featured above are a few collaborations that have made a lasting impression on me.

Left: Taken after the premiere of Laudate Pueri Dominum in Chattanooga, TN during Southern Division ACDA in March 2016. William Bennett, director of Cane Bay High School choirs, was selected to bring his premiere choir, Cane Bay Cobra Chorale, to perform during the festival. He commissioned me to write a new work in Latin on the text from Psalm 113 - he heard this sung at Mepkin Abbey by the monks who live there during their daily worship. The heavy chant influence in this work reflects back to the monks in Mepkin Abbey, SC.