A great review of yMusic’s performance at Zankel Hall on January 19, 2023, which included the premiere of my latest work, “Supply.” Seth Colter Walls writes “The work moves between these emotional poles with smart instrumental writing, including some ferocious yet melodically supple passages…” Read the entire review here.

I am beyond thrilled, humbled, and honored to be The Cleveland Orchestra’s newest Daniel R. Lewis Composer Fellow. I look forward to working with one of the finest orchestras in the world, while familiarizing myself with the people and stories of Cleveland. From the press release:

Lewis Composer Fellow, Commissions, Premieres, Works by Living Composers.
Beginning with the 2022–23 Severance season, composer, flutist, and producer Allison Loggins-Hull will be the eleventh Daniel R. Lewis Composer Fellow. In addition to several Cleveland Orchestra commissions, including an expanded arrangement of her composition Can You See? in the 2022-23 Severance season, Loggins-Hull will work with the Orchestra’s Artistic, Education, and Community Engagement staff, Cleveland Orchestra musicians, and, most importantly, with community partners, to build activities and artistic relationships that reflect and engage the Cleveland community over the course of a three-season-long residency. Loggins-Hull’s work will be centered around the narratives and history of Cleveland, through chamber music performances, composition workshops with students, and in her own compositions for The Cleveland Orchestra.

Read the complete press release here.

So thrilled and honored to be featured in The Washington Post’s “22 for ’22: Composers and Performers to Watch This Year.” Even more thrilled to see so many dear friends and colleagues included as well. Read the entire article here.

The Chicago Tribune has included Flutronix’s project “Black Being” as one of Chicago’s Top 10 moments in classical music, opera and jazz that defined 2021. Writer Hannah Edgar writes that “Black Being” was “the most stunning live performance I saw this year.” Read the entire article here.

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