Christina Rusnak, Composer
Combining a love of nature, culture and music to create connections well beyond notes on a page
Composer Christina Rusnak seeks to integrate a sense of context into her music from a variety of sources including landscape, culture, history and art. Her concert music includes chamber ensemble, orchestra, wind band, choral and solo pieces as well as jazz, and electro-acoustic works.
Her collaborative projects include composing for short film, consulting and curation, and partnering in land art installations. She is eager to explore new challenges. Her goal is to compose music that is engaging and thought provoking.
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2022 marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of Frederick Law Olmsted.
Co-curated and co-commissioned by Landscape Music in partnership with American Wild Ensemble, this unique concert program explores musical investigations of Olmsted’s living legacy of vital urban landscapes across the United States.
For this endeavor, I’ve been working on The Forest and the Architect, which explores the influence of the Olmsted legacy on the largest urban forest in the United States.
Concerts will be presented Spring, Summer and Fall, 2022