list of jocelyn’s works

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art song

…and then we were left (10′) – 2012
song cycle for baritone, guitar and cello
I. Barefoot
II. agot, agot
III. Sometime in the future
IV. The Rainy Season
texts by Joseph Jok Kuol Wel and Duot Aguer, adapted by Jocelyn Hagen.
Commissioned by Tadd Sipes

 

Dear Theo: Letters from Vincent Van Gogh (11′) – 2015
extended song for tenor and 1 percussionist
text taken from English translations of letters from Vincent Van Gogh to his brother Theo
Commissioned by David Walton, tenor, and Erik Barsness, percussionist

 

Hope (18′) – 2000
song cycle for high voice and piano
I. I felt a clearing in my mind
II. Heart, we will forget him!
III. I shall know why
IV. Hope is the thing with feathers
texts by Emily Dickinson
published by Graphite Publishing

 

Gwendolen’s Dream (3′) – 2001
soprano, clarinet in A, cello
text by G. T. P. Cleaver

 

Heart, we will forget him (from ‘Hope’) (4′) – 2006

high voice and piano

text by Emily Dickinson

published by Graphite Publishing

 

i carry your heart with me (from ‘love. songs’) (3:30) – 2010

voice and piano

text by E.E. Cummings

published by Graphite Publishing

 

Inventing Truths (1′) – 2011
tenor, cello
text by St. Thomas Aquinas, translated by Daniel Ladinsky
from the oratorio amass

 

In My Soul (3′) – 2011
baritone, guitar, cello
text by Rabia, translated by Daniel Ladinsky
from the oratorio amass

 

Kiss (11′) – 2013
song cycle for soprano and piano
1. In the Dreamed of Places
2. How to Bone a Fish
3. Your Hands
4. One More
texts by Julia Klatt Singer
commissioned by a consortium of musicians, teachers, and art song enthusiasts
published by Graphite Publishing

 

love. songs (15′) – 2009
song cycle for baritone and piano (also available for soprano and piano)
1. burn
2. your little voice
3. so quite new
4. i love you much (most beautiful darling)
5. i carry your heart
texts by E. E. Cummings
finalist in the 2010 NATS Art Song Composition Competition
published by Graphite Publishing

 

Love Song (3′) – 2010
baritone and violin
text by Rainer Maria Rilke, translator unknown
commissioned in honor and celebration of the marriage of Judy Schumaker and Richard Larson

 

Para mi corazón (3′) – 2007
med-high voice and piano
text by Pablo Neruda
commissioned by Dr. and Mrs. James Buhr on the event of their son’s wedding

 

Silver Wing (9′) – 2014
soprano and viola
text by Marie-Lynn Hammond
from the dance opera Test Pilot

 

Songs of Fields and Prairies (23′) – 2004
song cycle for soprano and piano
I. Call of the Open   text by Laura E. Bradshaw
II. Fall Fields   text by Richard Eugene Burton
III. Silent Noon   text by Dante Gabriel Rossetti
IV. The Prairie-Grass Dividing   text by Walt Whitman
V. The Endless Root   text by Witter Bynner
VI. The flower of the field   text by Isaiah 40:6-8
VII. Lullaby (for Bob)   text by Anne Crichton Boise
commissioned by the North Dakota Music Teacher’s Assocation
Honorable Mention –  ASCAP/Lotte Lehman Foundation Song Cycle Competition, 2006
San Francisco Song Festival Composition Competition Winner (Student Division), 2005
published by Graphite Publishing

 

The Flower of the Field (from ‘Songs of Fields and Prairies) (3′) – 2006

soprano and piano

Isaiah 40:6-8

published by Graphite Publishing

 

The Sweetness of my Dreams (9′ 30″) – 2005
song cycle for mezzo-soprano and piano
I. I will sing you a song
II. Dandelion
III. Theatre Song
IV. Moon Song
V. About my Dreams
texts by Hilda Conkling
published by Graphite Publishing

 

The Time of Singing Has Come (8′) – 2009
song cycle for soprano, tenor and piano
1. Arise, My Love
2. To-night
3. The Wedding is the Promise
composed for the Shorter College New Music Series with special thanks to Matthew Hoch
published by Graphite Publishing

 

The Wedding is the Promise (from ‘The Time of Singing Has Come) (3′) – 2009

voice and piano

text by Marisha Chamberlain

published by Graphite Publishing

 

To My Daughter, After a Fight (2:45) – 2009

voice and piano

text by Anna Evans, used with permission

choral: SATB

A Path to Each Other (less than 3′) – 2019

written in collaboration with Timothy Takach

text by Julia Klatt Singer, used with permission

published by Graphite Publishing

 

Across a Border (4′) – 2012
SATB div. choir, SA soli, oboe (or other C instrument), piano
text by Patrick Hicks, along with quotes by Jawaharlal Nehru and Anton Chekhov,
adapted by Jocelyn Hagen
Commissioned for the Augustana Choir’s participation in the Peace Prize Forum 2012 as an
offering in honor of the Nobel Peace Prize Laureates and all who work toward
and have paid the price of peace.

 

Agnus Dei, from amass (7′) – 2010
SATB choir, piano four hands (reduction)
text: Traditional Roman Catholic Mass
Commissioned by and dedicated to The Singers

 

Already Always (3′) – 2013
SATB choir, piano
text by Jo Ford
commissioned by consortium, in honor of Judson and Sue Reaney

 

April and the Sun (4′) – 2007
SATB a cappella choir
text by Sara Teasdale
Commissioned for the Choirs of Note Choral Festival
selected for inclusion in Project Encore

 

amass (65′) – 2011

SATB div. choir, STB soloists, cello solo, cello quartet, guitar, and percussion trio

I. Prologue

II. The Essence of Desire

III. Kyrie

IV. Use the Geometry

V. Gloria

VI. Inventing Truths

VII. Certainty

VIII. Where All Are Welcome

IX. So Precious

X. Sanctus

XI. Benedictus

XII. The Hope

XIII. In My Soul

XIV. Agnus Dei

XV. Everything

English translations from Daniel Ladinsky’s book Love Poems from God, used with permission

commissioned by Dr. Matthew Culloton for The Singers, premiered in 2011 in Minnesota

received its Lincoln Center premiere in New York City, through a generous grant by The Sorel Organization

 

Belong (5′) – 2016
SATB choir, piano
text by Marisha Chamberlain
commissioned by the Youth Chorale of Central Minnesota

 

Benedictus, from amass (4′) – 2007
SSAATTBB choir, SATB soli, a cappella
Commissioned by The Singers – Minnesota Choral Artists
finalist in Cincinatti Camerata Composition Contest, 2008
“Conductor’s Choice” in the 2009 Sorel Medallion Competition

 

Controlled Burn (6′) – 2014, a collaboration with hip-hop artist/rapper Dessa
SATB choir, orchestra/chamber ensemble (2 versions)
text by Dessa
Commissioned by Minneapolis Public Schools for Viva City, 2014
published by Graphite Publishing

 

Crown of Weeds (5′) – 2017

SATB choir and piano

text by Julia Klatt Singer

also available for choir and woodwind quintet

 

arr. Deck the Hall (3′) – 2015
SATB a cappella choir
text by Thomas Oliphant
commissioned by Ona and Wayne Pinsonneault for The Madison Choral Project

 

Divine Image (5′) – 2007
treble choir, women’s choir, oboe and piano
text by William Blake
Commissioned by Amy Jacobsen

 

Endless (4′) – 2013
SATB div. choir, 2 violins, piano
text: Author unknown, adapted by Jocelyn Hagen
Commissioned for the 2013 Connecticut All-State Choir & Dedicated to the Connecticut
Music Educators Association in honor of their 80th anniversary,
with special thanks to Patrick Walders, conductor

 

From Heaven Above to Earth You Come (6′) – 2018

SATB choir, piano, and optional percussion (4)

text by Michael Dennis Browne

commissioned by Carthage College for the 2017 Carthage Christmas Festival

 

Gloria, from amass (7′) – 2007
SATB double choir, a cappella
Commissioned by The Singers – Minnesota Choral Artists

 

Hands (4′) – 2016
SATB choir, two soloists, a cappella
no text ~ a vocalise
commissioned by the 11th World Symposium on Choral Music, Barcelona 2017, for the Swedish Vocal Art Ensemble

 

Havaa’s Lullaby (less than 3′) – 2017

written in collaboration with Timothy Takach

text by Suzanne Swanson

published by Graphite Publishing

 

Hummingbird (10′) – 2017, a collaboration with electronic musician/composer Spearfisher
SATB choir, soprano soloist, piano/electronics
text by Nikia Chaney
commissioned by Dr. Jo Ann Miller for the North Dakota State University Concert Choir

 

I Lift Up My Eyes (Psalm 121) (2′ 5″) – 2004
SATB choir, a cappella
text from Psalm 121
commissioned for the Davis & Elkins Alumni Choir
published by Graphite Publishing

 

arr. I Saw Three Ships (4′ 5″) – 2005
SSAATTBB a cappella choir
traditional English carol
commissioned by The Singers – Minnesota Choral Artists
published by Graphite Publishing

 

I Saw Two Clouds at Morning (3′) – 2006
SSAATTBB a cappella choir
text by John G.C. Brainard
selected for inclusion in Project Encore

 

I Started Out Singing (4′) – 2010
SAB, also available for SSA
text by Naomi Shihab Nye
published by Graphite Publishing

 

I Will Pray and Sing (4′) – 2013
SATB choir, piano
text from I Corinthians 14:15, Romans 8:26-27, Ephesians 3:14-19
commissioned by Brehm Seminary
published by Fred Bock Music Publishing

 

Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee (5′) – 2005
SSAATTBB a cappella choir
text by Henry Jackson VanDyke

 

Laus Trinitati (3′) – 2005
SATB a cappella choir, div.
text by Hildegard von Bingen
winner of the Yale Glee Club Emerging Composers Competition
published by Boosey and Hawkes, Yale Glee Club Choral Series

 

Let Your Heart Speak Music (3.5′) – 2018

SATB div.  a cappella

text by Florence Hynes Willette

 

Load Poems Like Guns (from ‘Songs for Muska) (4′) – 2019

SATB choir, doumbek

text by Somaia Ramish, translated by Farzana Marie

 

Look Out Above (3-5′) – 2018

written in collaboration with Dessa

SATB a cappella, soloists, body percussion, opt. movement

text by Dessa

published by Graphite Publishing

 

Love/Light (from ‘This is How You Love’) (3′) – 2017

written in collaboration with Timothy Takach

SATB a cappella

text by E.E. Cummings and Hafiz, translated by Daniel Ladinsky

published by Graphite Publishing

 

needle & thread (from ‘This is How You Love’) (2:15) – 2017

written in collaboration with Timothy Takach

SATB a cappella

text by Amanda Lovelace, used with permission

published by Graphite Publishing

 

The Lord is My Shepherd (4′) – 2014
SATB a cappella choir
text is Psalm 23 (English New Version)
commissioned by the First United Church of Elgin, IL

 

arr. Night of Silence (7′) – 2014
SATB double choir, baritone solo, a cappella
text by Daniel Kantor
commissioned by Daniel Kantor for The Singers

 

No Rain (5′) – 2006
SSAATTBB a cappella choir, SSA soli
trad. Apache Indian love poem
commissioned by the Commissioning Club of the Choral Arts Ensemble of Rochester, MN

 

arr. Now Our Meeting’s Over (3.5′) – 2009
SATB a cappella choir
trad. American Folk Song
commissioned by The Singers – Minnesota Choral Artists
published by Santa Barbara Music Publishers

 

Numeri Atque Voces (3′) – 2012
TTBB and SATB choirs, a cappella
text by Cicero
Made possible by The McKnight Foundation Community Outreach Program for McKnight Fellows

 

arr. O Come, O Come, Emmanuel (5′) – 2004
SSAATTBB a cappella choir, SATB soli
text by John Mason Neale and Henry Sloane Coffin
commissioned by The Singers – Minnesota Choral Artists
published by Graphite Publishing

 

On My Dreams (2.5′) – 2008
SATB div. choir, piano, trap set
text by William Butler Yeats
commissioned by the Valley City Music Boosters

 

One Step (3-5′) – 2019

SATB choir, body percussion

text by Jocelyn Hagen

premiered June 2019 in Carnegie Hall

 

Ophelia (5′) – 2008
SATB div.choir, a cappella
text by William Shakespeare
Finalist for the Sorel Medallion, 2016

 

Sanctus, from amass (4′) – 2007
SSATBB choir, SA soli, a cappella
Commissioned by The Singers – Minnesota Choral Artists
Finalist in Cincinatti Camerata Composition Contest, 2008

 

See Amid the Winter Snow (4′) – 2005
SSATBB choir, mezzo soprano solo, cello solo
text by Edward Caswell, adapted by Jocelyn Hagen
winner of the Vocal Essence Welcome Christmas! Carol Contest, 2005
published by Boosey and Hawkes, Sing Noel Choral Series

 

arr. sofdu unga astin min (4′) – 2015
SATB a cappella choir
traditional Icelandic folksong
commissioned by the North Dakota State University Challey School of Music

 

soft blink of amber light (7′) – 2014
SATB choir, flute, clarinet, piano, and 1 percussionist (marimba & cymbals)
text by Julia Klatt Singer
commissioned by the Houston Chamber Choir
published by G. Schirmer

 

Someplace (5′) – 2015
SSAATTBB a cappella choir, ST soli, & beatboxer
text by Chris Koza
commissioned by the University of South Dakota Vermillion Chamber Singers

 

This is How You Love (10+’)  – 2017

written in collaboration with Timothy Takach

SATB a cappella

I. Vow

II. Disclosure #1

III. 329AM

IV. the love song of empty spaces

V. Disclosure #2

VI. Hungry

VII. Disclosure #3

VIII. Endurance

IX. Disclosure #4

X. needle & thread

XI. Love/Light

XII. Disclosure #5

XIII. Anniversary

text by Philip Appleman

commissioned and composed for The Esoterics and Eric Banks, founding director

published by Graphite Publishing

 

 

To See the Sky (4′) – 2014
SATB choir, piano
text by Sara Teasdale
commissioned by Georgia American Choral Directors Association
published by Graphite Publishing

 

Trees Need Not Walk the Earth (4′) – 2012
SATB choir, piano, marimba, rain stick
text by David Rosenthal
Winner of the Young New Yorkers’ Chorus 2013 Competition for Young Composers

 

Veni, Sancte Spiritus (4′) – 2005
SSAB a cappella choir
text published in Missale Romanum in 1570

 

Vespertilians (5′) – 2013
SATB choir, a cappella
text taken from Ovid’s Metamorphoses
commissioned by Texas Choral Directors Association for their 2013 Convention
published by G. Schirmer

 

Vow (from ‘This is How You Love’) (4′) – 2017

written in collaboration with Timothy Takach

SATB choir a cappella

text by Florence Hynes Wilette, used with permission

published by Graphite Publishing

 

We Are the Stars (5-10′) – 2019

SSATB and string quartet (or piano reduction)

text by Joyce Sidman

published by Graphite Publishing

 

We Give Thanks (7′)

SATB choir and orchestra (or piano reduction)

text by John Stokes, The Tracking Project
Native Self-Sufficiency Center, Six Nations Indian Museum, Tree of Peace Society,  used with permission

choral: SSA(A)

Ave Maris Stella (4′) – 2006

SSSAAA a cappella

English translation by Allen H. Simon

published by Graphite Publishing

 

Flight (10+ minutes) – 2017

SSA choir, flute, cello, percussion (1), piano

texts by Julia Klatt Singer and Janet Windeler Ryan

 

Forgotten (3′) – 2011

SSA, oboe, piano

text by Sara Teasdale

 

How Do We Know the Light Will Come Back? (6′) – 2016

SSAA choir and piano

I. Sky Song

II. Come, Spring

III. This Sky Falls

text by Marisha Chamberlain

 

How to Survive Winter (17′) – 2015

SSAA choir and string quartet (or piano reduction)

I. Let the Leaves Fall

II. Wrap Your Body in Darkness

III. Bury Me in White

IV. Swallow the Sun

text by Julia Klatt Singer

 

I Started Out Singing (3:40) – 2010

SSA choir and orchestra (or piano reduction)

text by Naomi Shihab Nye

published by Graphite Publishing

 

In the Lavender Stillness of Dawn (3.5′) – 2009

SSA choir, violin, cello, piano

text by Meggan Tavel

commissioned by the Flower Mound High School Women’s Choir, under the direction of Dr. Mark Rohwer

 

Joy (3.5′) – 2008
SSA choir, violin, piano
text by Sara Teasdale
commissioned by MN ACDA and the MN Music Educators Association for the 2008 MN All State Women’s Choir
published by Boosey & Hawkes

 

Ladies in Green (3′) – 2013

SSA choir and piano

text by Meredith Sipe

commissioned by Sorelle Cantati of Muskego High School, under the direction of Meredith Sipe

 

Moon Goddess (5′) – 2011

SSA choir, 4-hand piano, large frame/buffalo drum, finger cymbals, suspended cymbal.

text by Enheduanna (born c.a. 2300 B.C.), adapted by Jocelyn Hagen, based on adaptations by Aliki and Willis Barnstone, from William W. Hallo and J. J. A. van Dijk, The Exaltation of Inanna

performed at the 2016 World Choir Games in Sochi, Russia by the Wenzhou Female Choir from China, who won a gold medal for their performance

 

On My Dreams (3′) – 2017

SSAA div. choir, piano, opt. trap set, also available for SATB

text by William Butler Yeats

commissioned by my hometown high school choir, under the direction of Cindy Peterson

 

Prayer (2:40) – 2008

SA divisi choir, violin, and piano

Peace Prayer of St. Francis

 

Salve, Regina (2:45) – 2008

SSA a cappella choir

Anonymous 12th c. Latin chant, ad. Jocelyn Hagen

winner in the 2016 Call for Scores by Calliope’s Call

 

Someone Will Remember Us (5′) – 2006

SSAA choir, violin, viola, cello, and harp

text by Sappho, translated by Willis Barnstone, and adapted by Jocelyn Hagen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

choral: TTB(B)

Agnus Dei (from ‘Ashes of Roses’) (3′) – 2018

TBB div. choir, baritone solo, a cappella

Traditional Roman Catholic Mass for the Dead I Corinthians 15:51-52

 

Arrow (3:45) – 2019

TBB choir, piano

text by Ruth Whitman

 

Speak the Truth (2′) – 2013

TB choir and piano

text from Native American Proverbs

commissioned by Graphite Publishing for the 2013-14 Young Men’s Commissioning Consortium

published by Graphite Publishing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

solo instrumental

Allegro (2′ 5″) – 2001
solo piano
“First Place” for keyboard solo, “Composer With the Most Potential”
Minnesota Music Educators Association Composition Competition, 2002

 

Etude in C Major (1′) – 2012
solo piano
Composed for Pianos on Parade, by Keys 4/4 Kids, June 2012

 

Etude in Pairs (3′) – 2012
solo piano

 

Origami (4′) – 2014
solo cello
from the dance opera Test Pilot

chamber music

a tree will have its branches (18′) – 2009
brass quintet (2 trumpets, horn, trombone, tuba)
commissioned by the Copper Street Brass Quintet

 

Ballade (4′) – 2004
tuba/euphonium ensemble (2 euph/2 tuba)
selected for inclusion in New Music Festival IV, University of Nebraska,
Kearney, NE in March, 2005

 

Challey Fanfare (3′) – 2014
double brass quintet (also available for brass ensemble)
commissioned by The North Dakota State University Challey School of Music

 

Elegy (10′) – 2009
cello and piano
commissioned by Drs. Ted and Sara Hagen for the Murasksi Duo, in memory of friend Tom Stine

 

Frostbite (2′) – 2014
flute and piano

 

Poem (16′) – 2010
flute, cello, harp
Commissioned by Trio Callisto with funding from the Jerome Foundation

 

Test Pilot Suite (15′) – 2014
string quartet
from the dance opera Test Pilot

 

tink and thud (3′) – 2012 (hear a recording)
piano and 1 percussionist
created during the 2011 Zeitgeist/Composer Workshop, a program of Zeitgeist
supported by the Jerome Foundation

dance collaboraton

Prelude (for Penny) (7’30) – 2012, collaboration with choreographer Penelope Freeh
solo piano and solo dancer

 

Slippery Fish (26′) – 2012, collaboration with choreographer Penelope Freeh
a quartet for soprano, viola & 2 dancers
Made possible by a “Live Music for Dance” grant through the American Composers Forum

 

Test Pilot (90′) – 2014, collaboration with choreographer Penelope Freeh
collaborative dance opera for soprano, male chorus of five, string quartet, and four dancers
Sage Award for “Best Overall Design” in 2015

large ensemble

Adagio (5′) – 2007
string orchestra
commissioned by Shattuck-St. Mary’s School for the Orchestra Invitational 2008

amass (65′) – 2011
SATB choir, soprano, tenor and baritone soli, solo cello, cello quartet, guitar, and percussion
commissioned by Matthew Culloton for The Singers
featuring translations of various poems by Daniel Ladinsky
1. Prologue (cello solo and cello quartet)
2. The Essence of Desire (tenor solo, cello solo, and cello quartet)
3. Kyrie (choir)
4. Use the Geometry (soprano solo, cello solo, cello quartet, and marimba)
5. Gloria (double choir)
6. Inventing Truths (tenor solo and cello solo)
7. Certainty (SAT double choir, soprano solo, cello solo, bells)
8. Where All Are Welcome (SATB choir, bells)
9. So Precious (baritone solo, cello solo, cello quartet, and percussion)
10. Sanctus (choir)
11. Benedictus (choir)
12. The Hope (Soprano, tenor, and baritone trio, cello solo, guitar, and marimba)
13. In My Soul (baritone solo, cello solo, and guitar)
14. Agnus Dei (choir, cello solo, cello quartet, and vibraphone)
15. Everything (entire ensemble)
16. Epilogue (cello solo and cello quartet)

Ashes of Roses, a requiem (35′) – 2003, revised in 2011
SATB chorus, orchestra, and soloists
traditional Latin texts ~ “Ashes of Roses” text by Elaine Goodale Eastman
I. Introit/Requiem
II. Kyrie
III. Lacrimosa
IV. Ashes of Roses (text by Elaine Goodale Eastman)
V. Offertory
VI. Lux Aeterna
2003 Rudolph Nissim Honorable Mention Award

Challey Fanfare (3′) – 2014
brass ensemble (also available for double brass quintet)
commissioned by the North Dakota State University Challey School of Music

Gloria (8′) – 2016
antiphonal wind ensemble and harp
commissioned by the Concordia Band

the boat that brings them home (12′) – 2003
symphonic band
commissioned by the Miles H. Johnson Endowment,
in observance of the centennial of the St. Olaf College Music Department
for the St. Olaf Band, 2003

Salute (5′) – 2011
concert band
Commissioned by the 188th Army Band, Fargo, ND, on the occasion of its 125th Anniversary and         dedicated to all the Soldier musicians, past and present, whose service greatly contributed
to our heritage and legacy of Pride in Performance!

Solar (11′) – 2011
full orchestra
Commissioned by the Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra with funding from the Minnesota State Arts Board

Swimming Into Winter (16′) – 2013
SATB choir, winds and percussion
texts by D.H. Lawrence, Wallace Stevens, Adelaide Crapsey, Freya Manfred
1. The Enkindled Spring
2. The House Was Quiet and the World Was Calm
3. November Night
4. Swimming Into Winter
Commissioned by a consortium of schools of music, led by North Dakota State University

To Gold in Broadest Blue (10′) – 2007, revised in 2015
wind ensemble
commissioned by the Midwest District of Tau Beta Sigma and Kappa Kappa Psi

Arr. Twinkle Variations (3′) – 2015
full orchestra
commissioned by the Minnesota Orchestra

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reviews & quotes

More than just singable lyric lines…

Jocelyn’s music ties so beautifully with the text, which for singers, makes her music a reward and a clear way to connect emotionally to the message. Her pieces are more than just singable lyric lines; they invoke a desire to connect to the audience and be a part of a bigger experience for everyone.

David Walton, tenor
Jocelyn’s Music Sings

Jocelyn’s music sings. It is crafty and crafted but never difficult; lyrical and poignant yet never saccharin. Her musical lines flow as poetry in sound, as she guides the listener from one delight to the next.

Domonic DiOrio
Associate Professor of Music, Indiana University Jacobs School of Music | Director, NOTUS: IU Contemporary Vocal Ensemble
New Impressions of Texture and Color

Jocelyn’s music is filled with new impressions of texture and color. Individual lines melding together to create deep or expansive melodies. Our ensemble loved not only the rehearsal process, but found repeated performances to deepen our experience and expression of the music. I have had the great pleasure of working with Jocelyn on two different… Read more “New Impressions of Texture and Color”

Peter Haberman, Director of Bands
Concordia College, Moorhead
Jocelyn Hagen’s music celebrates the eternal spirit of the feminine

Jocelyn Hagen’s music celebrates the eternal spirit of the feminine, informed by soaring poetry and the indomitable courage of women. Her sense of place, time and the elements weave together a fabric of sound that inspires awe, joy, and the resilience so needed in today’s world.

Iris S. Levine, Founder and Artistic Director

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