Missy Mazzoli

Missy Mazzoli is a composer and a founding member of the band Victoire.  Recent projects include works for the Kronos Quartet and the Detroit Symphony, and operas about the life of Isabelle Eberhardt (Song from the Uproar) and Lot’s wife (SALT). She lives in Brooklyn.  You can visit her on Twitter here  or visit Victoire here.

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Missy Mazzoli (Victoire) Talks Hauschka’s Abandoned City

By Missy Mazzoli | March 17, 2014

Missy Mazzoli (Victoire) Talks Hauschka’s Abandoned City

Abandoned City, the newest album from German experimental musician Hauschka, is at once restless, exuberant, and wonderfully intimate.

Missy Mazzoli (Victoire) Talks Laurel Halo’s Chance of Rain

By Missy Mazzoli | October 30, 2013

Missy Mazzoli (Victoire) Talks Laurel Halo’s Chance of Rain

After listening to Laurel Halo’s new album Chance of Rain for the fourth time, I’m left with an impression that is more visual than aural...

Missy Mazzoli (Victoire) Talks Zola Jesus and J.G. Thirlwell feat. Mivos Quartet’s Versions

By Missy Mazzoli | August 20, 2013

Missy Mazzoli (Victoire) Talks Zola Jesus and J.G. Thirlwell feat. Mivos Quartet’s Versions

The most striking part of Versions, the new album from Nika Roza Danilova, aka Zola Jesus, isn’t the presence of a string quartet or the...