Praised by VICE Magazine as the “mistress of new music” and named as an “Artist to Watch” by The Fader, Lorna Dune has been turning heads since her foray into the world of electronic music production. As an experimental pianist, who has played with the Philip Glass Ensemble, Steve Reich, Meredith Monk, the long-time collaborator Missy Mazzoli in the “all-star, all-female quintet” Victoire, and feminist-punk icon JD Samson, Dune has received commission from NYC’s Ecstatic Music Festival for Terry Riley’s 80th birthday, Deutsche Grammophon for remixing composer Max Richter’s work “Berlin by Overnight”, as well as the Pulitzer-winning work “Partita” by composer Caroline Shaw and Roomful of Teeth.
Lorna Dune co-produced the record “Vespers for a New Dark Age” with Mazzoli and Glenn Kotche of Wilco out on New Amsterdam Records, commissioned by Carnegie Hall. Lorna is based in Portland, Oregon and Brooklyn, NY.
“An experimental keyboardist who is happy to go wherever her heart and ears tell her, redefining genres along the way, Lorna Dune inhabits a world of her own, and it’s a glorious thing to behold.” – Red Bull Music Academy