Noted for her interdisciplinary collaborations and hailed as the “leading exponent of the avant-garde flute” (Kyle Gann, Village Voice), Margaret Lancaster has premiered over 100 pieces and has built a large repertoire of new works that employ extended techniques, dance, drama, multi-media, and electronics. Lancaster is a member of Essential Music, Glass Farm and Downtown Ensembles, a guest of Ne(x)tworks, Counter)induction, and Talujon, and a recurring performer at Spoleto Festival USA and Santa Fe New Music. Lecturer/soloist appearances include Stanford, Dartmouth, Princeton, and Bennington. Performance highlights include Lincoln Center Festival, Ibsen Festival, Whitney Museum, Subtropics Festival, Festival D’Automne, and the Festival de Otono.
Margaret Lancaster was recently selected to participate in Meet the Composer’s New Works for Soloist Champions project for which she is developing a performance piece with Joan LaBarbara. An amateur furniture designer, Lancaster has recorded on OO Discs, New World Records, Innova, Naxos, and Tzadik. She performs solo and chamber music concerts worldwide and acts in Lee Breuer’s Obie-winning Mabou Mines DOLLHOUSE. Visit her site at .
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