Tina’s concerto for tenor saxophone concerto and wind ensemble has been selected for performance at the 2022 NASA Biennial, with Geoffrey Deibel performing as the featured soloist.
Read Tina’s interview with Gemma Peacock at I CARE IF YOU LISTEN.
Beginning in August 2021, Tina will be joining the faculty at the University of Florida as Assistant Professor of AI and the Arts in the School of Music.
Read about Tina’s journey into music in this feature in Radcliffe Magazine.
Tina Tallon has been named the 2021-2022 winner of the Frederic A. Julliard/Walter Damrosch Rome Prize in Musical Composition from the American Academy in Rome.
Tina Tallon has been named a Radcliffe Fellow for 2020-2021.
Listen to NPR On The Media’s Brooke Gladstone interview Tina Tallon about her research on bias in voice technology.
“Technological bias is about more than audio quality—it’s about the forces that influence whose stories are told and how.” My latest piece on bias in audio technology, and first article in the New Yorker – read it here! Photograph by Bettmann / Getty
Earlier this month, New Yorker music critic Alex Ross mentioned the world premiere of “…for we who keep our lives in our throats…” with the LA Philharmonic in the preamble to his list of Notable Recordings and Performances of 2018. Ross writes: “In October, at an event in the orchestra’s Green Umbrella new-music series, I […]
Tina has been awarded an ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composer Award for her first piece for orchestra and live electronics, luscinia, premiered in December. To see the other winners and learn more about the awards, read ASCAP’s press release.