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Elizabeth Joan Kelly is a New Orleans-based classical, ambient, and industrial electronic music composer. She uses found sounds and MIDI to create lush soundscapes influenced by Zola Jesus, Nine Inch Nails, Portishead, Fever Ray, and The Knife.
Born and raised in the swamps of Slidell, Louisiana, Kelly’s recent focus has been on experimental instrumental electronic music that explores the relationships between technology, industrialization, and consumerism, and their effects on society and our natural world. Her new album is the Independent Music Awards-nominated Music for the DMV, after Brian Eno’s Ambient 1: Music for Airports (but more angsty…because no one likes the Department of Motor Vehicles).
Kelly received bachelor’s and master’s degrees in music composition from Loyola University New Orleans and the Cleveland Institute of Music. She is also a prize-winning concert music composer whose music has been performed by the Cleveland Chamber Symphony, Vox Novus, Glass City Singers, members of So Percussion, and by students and young professionals across the United States and Europe.