Cindy Cox (b. Houston, Texas, 1961) is an American composer and performer, and Professor of Music. She holds a Bachelor of Music in piano performance from Texas Christian University, and her Masters and Doctorate in 1992 from Indiana University in composition, where she studied with Harvey Sollberger, Donald Erb, Eugene O’Brien, and John Eaton. She has also studied with John Harbison at the Tanglewood Music Center, and Bernard Rands and Jacob Druckman at the Aspen Music Festival. As a pianist, she studied with the Mozart and Schubert specialist Lili Kraus. As of 2011, Cox is a Professor at the University of California at Berkeley.Her orchestrations have been described as "music that demonstrates an extremely refined and imaginative sense of instrumental color and texture," "well-wrought," and "not easily classifiable."and as having "prismatic colors" that suggest "a hybrid of Olivier Messiaen and Carl Ruggles — an odd couple indeed." Tim Page has described her Into the Wild as "a dark, fertile musical fantasy with some haunting and desolate chords."Bay Area composer Cindy Cox’s work has been called “a delight to listen to” and “buoyant, puckish, rhythmically alive and crisply engaging” by San Francisco Chronicle critic Joshua Kosman. The University of California, Berkeley professor’s music is noted for its special tunings, harmonies, and textural colorations. She has received numerous awards, commissions, and the prestigious appointment of a Fellow at both the Tanglewood Music Center and Aspen Music Festivals. Her work has been performed throughout Europe, as well as Carnegie Hall, the National Gallery, the Kennedy Center, and by the Los Angeles Philharmonic.She is married to the poet John Campion.
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Pencil drawing by Richard Cox showing a ramp leading up to a large bed
Pencil drawing by Richard Coz showing a pontiac car from the front
The artist David Cox was born in Heath Mill Lane, Deritend, Birmingham on 29 April 1783. He was apprenticed aged fifteen to a miniature painter called Fieldler but the following year was engaged as an assistant to a theatre scene-painter. In 1804 he became scene-painter for...
Pencil skecth taken from a sketch book by David Cox. 1948/48a & 1948/48b mounted together, 194/48a is the top sketch. Pencil sketch by David Cox showing a skectch of foilage and a tree.
Watercolour painting by David Cox showing a landscape with a horseman riding along the lane beneath tall trees. Mountains can be seen in the distance.
A watercolour painting of a large castle. It is on the bank of a river. There are boats with sails on the river. In the forground there are two men with horses.
Pencil studies from sketch book a/ Foliage Study; b/ Study of Trees on shared mounting. 1948/50a is the top sketch. David Cox was a Birmingham artist. Pencil sketch by David Cox showing the study of some foliage.
Watercolour by David Cox showing a landscape with Water in foreground and a Building in the middle distance
Watercolour by David Cox of Haymaking in Windy Weather which shows horseman, figures and a dog in the foreground
Sepia drawing of a Shore Scene with Figures and Buoy with the sea in the distance by David Cox