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Jennifer Bellor

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Described as “gorgeously ethereal” by City Newspaper and “beautifully haunting” by the Seattle Women’s Jazz Orchestra, works by composer Jennifer Bellor blend contemporary jazz, classical, and rock styles. Her works have been performed by national and international organizations such as Washington National Opera, Lviv Philharmonic, Seattle Women’s Jazz Orchestra, American Composers Orchestra, Aspen Music Festival, June in Buffalo, Eastman New Jazz Ensemble, Eastman Wind Ensemble, Eastman Saxophone Project, UNLV Wind Symphony, California State University East Bay Wind Orchestra, UNLV Jazz Ensemble, Florida State University Festival of New Music, Hildegard Festival, Ritsos Project in Greece, A/Tonal Ensemble, Mivos Quartet, and many others in the United States and abroad

Album

Songs in the Dark

Label: Jennifer Bellor
Released: 2017
Track listing: 1. I'll Not Weep 2. Air & Angels 3. The Night is Darkening 4. Interlude: "Frozen" 5. Fall, Leaves, Fall

Album

Stay

Label: Bellor Records
Released: 2016

Album

Midnight Swim (single)

Label: Bellor Records
Released: 2016

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About Jennifer Bellor: Las Vegas-based composer Jennifer Bellor blends contemporary jazz, classical, and popular styles. Her works have been performed by Washington National Opera, Seattle Women's Jazz Orchestra, American Composers Orchestra, Washington National Opera, Eastman New Jazz Ensemble, UNLV Jazz Ensemble, and many others in the United States and abroad. She earned a 2013 ...


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