CHLOE DESTENO

Composer and Soprano

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BIO

Chloe DeSteno is an American composer and soprano from Massachusetts. She writes music for a variety of instruments including piano, voice, and the orchestra, and was the 2020 recipient of the Young Composers Commission Award at The Rivers School Conservatory. She believes in the special ability of music to touch the soul and tries to express this in her compositions. Currently a student at Berklee College of Music, she looks forward to studying film scoring and developing her vocal technique. She has also worked as a music director at a theater program where she provided vocal coaching for middle school students performing in musical theater productions.

 

PREMIERES

All Music by Chloe DeSteno

 
 

PERFORMANCES

Alleluia from "Exsultate, jubilate" by Mozart

 
 

Les Chemins de l'Amour by Poulenc

 
 

Goodnight Moon by Whitacre

 
 

COMPLETE WORKS

GAIA (2021)

FOR TWO PIANOS

AURORA (2020)

FOR STRING QUARTET

SIRIMIRI (2019)

FOR PIANO

RECONCILIATION (2019)

FOR PIANO TRIO

HIRAETH (2018)

FOR STRING QUARTET

WIND TRIO (2018)

FOR OBOE, CLARINET, AND BASSOON

FIVE PIANO PIECES (2018)

PRELUDE IN E FLAT

PRELUDE IN G MINOR

PRELUDE IN D FLAT MAJOR

PRELUDE IN C MAJOR

PRELUDE IN ROSE

SONG CYCLE (2018)

LIGHT'S PLAY (ART SONG WITH TEXT BY ANTONY YAEGER)

THIS IS NOT THE TIME (ART SONG WITH TEXT BY JOYCE RAIN ANDERSON)

NOWHERE (ART SONG WITH TEXT BY TERESA CADER)

TERRAPILLE (ART SONG WITH TEXT BY ANTONY YAEGER)

ISLE OF SKY (2018)

FOR ORCHESTRA

THREADS OF TIME (2017)

FOR ORCHESTRA

TIME LABS (2017)

FOR ORCHESTRA

JESSIE'S THEME (2017)

FOR ORCHESTRA

PIANO QUARTET NO. 1 (2017)

A FISHERMAN'S BABY (2017)

ART SONG FOR VOICE, VIOLIN, AND PIANO WITH TEXT BY ELLA WHEELER WILCOX

CALLIOPE (2017)

FOR TWO VIOLAS

TEAL, ROSE, AND LAVENDER (2016)

FOR VIOLIN AND PIANO

HAVE YOU GOT A BROOK IN YOUR LITTER HEART (2016)

ART SONG FOR VOICE AND PIANO WITH TEXT BY EMILY DICKINSON

WILL THERE REALLY BE A MORNING? (2016)

ART SONG FOR VOICE AND PIANO WITH TEXT BY EMILY DICKINSON

GRACE'S THEME (2015)

FOR ORCHESTRA

FOLK DANCE (2015)

FOR VIOLIN AND PIANO

WINTER (2015)

FOR STRING QUARTET