Kyle Bartlett

   Kyle Bartlett is a composer and performer living in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Finding inspiration in the logic of dreams and the viscerality of performance, her work spans from acoustic to electronic music and from concert forms to multi-disciplinary, site-specific installation.

   Dr. Bartlett’s works have been performed across the United States, including at the Weill Hall of Carnegie Hall, the MATA Festival (New York), the Boston Conservatory New Music Week, and the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, as well as in Europe, notably at the Darmstadt Ferienkurse for New Music, on the Apartment House “Modern Britain‚” concert series (London), and in numerous performances by the Belgian ensemble Champ d’Action. Continue »

Upcoming and Current Projects

INTERIOR ATLASIn Progress

15’, work for solo cello with electronics and biosensing-derived processed sounds

Recent Projects

DANCE WITH ME2014

8’, bass clarinet and percussion
  • Premiere 2/13/14, Benjamin Fingland and Matthew Gold

PRESENT 22013

8’, mixed chamber ensemble
  • Premiered 3/15/13 by E-Mex ensemble, Museum Folkwang, Essen

SPELL2012

8’ 45”, string trio
  • Premiered 10/20/12 by Miranda Cuckson (violin), Max Mendel (viola), Christopher Gross (cello); Washington Square Chamber Music Society

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IN THE NEWS

World Premiere of “Dance With Me” for bass clarinet and metallic percussion, 2/13/14, Greenwich Music House, New York City. For more, visit http://counterinduction.com/season/concert/280

“Bas Relief” and “Automatica (recollection)” performed at the Williams College I/O Festival of New Music. For more, see http://music.williams.edu/node/1948 and http://music.williams.edu/node/1947