Originally from Dallas ,TX, Rene Orth (b. 1985) is a composer, audio engineer, and educator. Recent performances of her work include premieres by members of the Fifth House Ensemble in Chicago and participants of the 2013 Fresh Inc Festival, cellist Paul York, the University of Louisville University Chorus, and the Contemporary-Ensemble-in-Residence at the Atlantic Music Festival. She is a 2012 recipient of a Kentucky Foundation for Women Artist Enrichment Grant.
Rene recently earned a Master of Music degree in Music Composition at the University of Louisville (M.M. Music Composition) as a Moritz von Bomhard Fellow and holds degrees from MediaTech Institute and Rhodes College. Her composition teachers have included Dr.s Steve Rouse, Brandon Goff, and Bradford Cox. She will study with Dr. Richard Danielpour this coming fall at the Curtis Institute of Music.
Other various accomplishments include receipt of a US Department of State Critical Language Scholarship for Chinese (2011), placement in the Top 5 finishers of her age group for Turkey’s Bosphorous Cross Continental 6k swim (2010), and earning a private pilot’s license (2006).
Rene Orth – Come and Go
for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, french horn, violin, viola, cello, double bass, and piano