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In June 2019 Audrey enjoyed the American premiere of her string quartet, "Goldilocks and the Three Bears," by Quartet121 at LAM House in NYC. In December 2019 she premiered her choral composition, "A Carol of Mary," with the Schola of St. Agnes Church, as well as her setting of "Lo How a Rose" for organ and voice at the First Unitarian Congregational Society in Brooklyn. In 2016 she collaborated with Australian artist John Aslanidis and LAM House in the premiere of her vocal-instrumental chamber composition based on Aslanidis's "Sonic Network 16," at the Ethan Cohen Fine Arts gallery in Chelsea.

Audrey began composition studies at Harvard and subsequently at the European American Musical Alliance (EAMA) in Paris in 2010 and 2011, in the pedagogical tradition of Nadia Boulanger. She resumed ongoing studies with EAMA in 2020 through their new virtual institute. Her marvelous teachers of composition and musicianship have included Narcis Bonet, Philip Lasser, Benjamin Boyle, Kyle Blaha, Mark Shapiro, Dylan Mattingly, Richard Beaudoin, Suzannah Clark, and Nicholas Vines. Some of her other most beloved composers and examples are William Byrd, G.P. Palestrina, M. Charpentier, J.S. Bach, Henry Purcell, Felix Mendelssohn, Gabriel Fauré, Jorge Drexler, Georges Moustaki, Stephen Paulus, Fr. André Gouzes, Erik-Peter Mortensen, and Chris Mueller.

As a composer of poetry, Audrey's texts have been set to her own music as well as that of other composers. Her poem, "The Final Wait," inspired by Georg Melchior Hoffmann's funerary aria, "Schlage doch," and set to music by Balint Karosi, was performed in 2019 by Daniel Moody with the Philharmonia Baroque ensemble at Stanford University. Another of her sacred poems, "Speak of Love," inspired by Henry Purcell's setting of Psalm 63, was set to music by Sunny Shen and performed by the choir of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music in 2015.

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