Dorothy Hindman has emerged as one of the most interesting, unique composers of her generation. Her music, a blend of punk/grunge with a European spectralist sensibility has been called ‘intense, gripping, and frenetic’ (The Birmingham News), ‘‘music of terrific romantic gesture.’(The Buffalo News) and ‘a showpiece experience for the performer and an engaging and refreshing one for the listener’ (New Music Connoisseur ). “If you love classical music, if you wish to be taken in by new music which is varied, utterly rich and sung with purpose and heart, you will love Hindman’s music” says The Huffington Post.
In 2015-2016, her music will receive more than forty performances including a solo chamber music retrospective concert at Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall March 8, 2016. International performances of her music this coming season include multiple performances throughout France, Germany, Copenhagen, Italy, Cuba, Estonia, London, and Montreal, and on Festivals including the Australian Flute Festival in Canberra, the Havana Contemporary Music Festival, the 2015 Birmingham New Music Festival, and New Music Greensboro.
In the US, her works will receive multiple performances in New York City, including Carnegie Hall, Connecticut, Wynwood Arts District in Miami, and throughout the Southern United States.