The Juilliard Blueprint Fellowship is an annual National Sawdust mentorship and commissioning initiative that connects Juilliard student composers with career and project mentorship, culminating in a concert of their commissioned projects.

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The Juilliard Blueprint Fellowship is an annual National Sawdust mentorship and commissioning initiative that connects Juilliard student composers with career and project mentorship, culminating in a concert of their commissioned projects. The 2021 winning composers – Sofia Ouyang, Forrest Eimold, and Christian-Frédéric Bloquert – were commissioned to explore collaboration, extra-musical themes, entrepreneurial project creation, and generally out-of-the-box thinking with real-world applications to a dream work that the National Sawdust Ensemble will workshop and perform at National Sawdust.

Sofia Ouyang is a composer interested in fusing musical, literary, and philosophical concepts into her music. Her work will explore the physicality of the human voice, bass flute, and aspects of Chinese folk singing as an essential part of her bi-cultural identity. Forrest Eimold seeks inspiration from impossible unisons, slippages in popular narratives, and a healthy skepticism of sentimentality for ‘the power of music.” He is writing a one-movement setting of George Herbert (1593–1633) poems for auto-tuned voice, violin, and cello. Christian-Frédéric Bloquert is a French composer and conductor. He will create a piece that includes music and movement as integral parts of the performance, where one could not exist without the other.

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The Juilliard Blueprint Fellowship Class of 2021 Performance: Sofia Ouyang, Forrest Eimold, and Christian-Frédéric Bloquert