Elizabeth Blachly-Dyson

Elizabeth Blachly-Dyson is a molecular biologist turned composer who started writing music after several years of accompanying her son to his composition lessons.  She has played the cello in the Marylhurst Symphony and the Pacific Crest Youth Sinfonietta for several years, and both orchestras have performed her compositions.  Several of her chamber music works have been performed at concerts organized by Cascadia Composers (chapter of NACUSA), and she is a member of the Crazy Jane Composers group.  Elizabeth teaches cello and music theory at the Music and Arts Academy in Vancouver, Washington.  She has studied composition with Dr. Robert Priest and Tomas Svoboda and Jonathan Newman, and is currently studying with Kenji Bunch. Visit her web site at blachly-dysonmusic.com.

Crazy Jane in Technicolor, 2016
Fever Dream for violin, piano and percussion

Crazy Jane Prevails, 2015
Fairy Bells and the Calypso Orchid

Crazy Jane Inner Nature, 2014
The Lament of the Red Tree Vole

Crazy Jane Misbehaves, 2013
A Few Regrets

Crazy Jane Collaborates, 2012
Blind Light

Crazy Jane, 2011
Mother’s Day 2009: A Lament