Beth Wiemann was raised in Burlington, VT and studied composition and clarinet at Oberlin College and Princeton University. Her works have been performed by the New York New Music Ensemble, Continuum, Ensemble 21, Earplay, the Motion Ensemble, Opera Vista, saxophonist John Sampen, singers Paul Hillier, Susan Narucki, D'Anna Fortunato, and others. Her compositions have won awards from Copland House, the Orvis Foundation, Colorado New Music Festival, American Women Composers, and Marimolin as well as various arts councils, and have been featured on the Capstone, Americus, innova and Albany record labels. She teaches composition and clarinet at the University of Maine.
Beth's works with video here.
|Beth Wiemann||An Anxious Awareness of Danger||B-flat clarinet, Vocoder (or synthesizer with vocoder), and Fixed Media
|Beth Wiemann||BEFORE THE SNOW||
flute, 2 oboes, 2 bassoons, 2 horns, strings
|Beth Wiemann||NO MATTER WHAT||
Clarinet and Fixed Media
|Beth Wiemann||RESTLESS||2 Clarinets in B-Flat
|Beth Wiemann||TASTE OF SOMETHING NEW||Mezzo-Soprano, Cello, Piano
|Beth Wiemann||WHEN SILLY BEES COULD SPEAK||
Baritone, bass clarinet, trumpet and trombone
|Beth Wiemann||Wrinkle||bass clarinet (with low extension)