Adria Stolk is a Boston-based composer of contemporary classical music. She is originally from Dallas, Texas, where she studied classical piano as a teenager. Adria studied music composition at Boston University (D.M.A. 2017), Boston Conservatory (M.M. 2012), and Berklee College of Music (B.M. 2010). Adria's primary teachers were Andy Vores, Ketty Nez, John H. Wallace, and Marti Epstein. Her recent works have been performed by ALEA III, Arlington-Belmont Chamber Chorus, Boston Percussion Group, Videri String Quartet, Genesis Chamber Singers, and Calliope. Adria is on the faculty at Boston Conservatory at Berklee.
Adria’s compositions explore her emotional, spiritual, and cognitive responses to nature, human relationships, and life experiences. Currently, her compositional interests lie in finding ways to explore and interpret sensory and emotional stimuli through musical textures, shapes, and sounds. Adria views her compositions as explorations of life through sound.
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