Lawdon Press is happy to announce that Higdon has won her second Grammy! Higdon's Viola Concerto won for Best Contemporary Classical Composition.  This recording was on a CD of her music titled Higdon: All Things Majestic, Viola Concerto, and Oboe Concerto, that also won the 2018 Grammy for Best Classical Compendium.

Low Brass Concerto

February 22, 23, 24, 2018

The Philadelphia Orchestra will present the regional premiere performances of Higdon's Low Brass Concerto featuring Nitzan Haroz, principal trombone, Matthew Vaughn, trombone, Blair Bollinger, bass trombone and Carol Jantsch, tuba. Maestro Cristi Macelaru will lead the orchestra in these performances and Higdon will participate in the pre-concert lectures before each concert.

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The Nashville Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Giancarlo Guerrero, has released a recording of three of Higdon's works.  All Things Majestic vividly captures the breathtaking beauty of the American landscape, and her expressive concertos bring out the unique textures and sonorities of these frequently overlooked solo instruments.  BBC Music Magazine writes that "Higdon's Viola Concerto (2015) is striking in its playful, jazz-like rhythmic drive, carried off with great charisma by soloist Roberto Diaz, while the Oboe Concerto (2005) showcases the instrument's lyricism and mischief, with a fine performance from James Button".
This recording can be purchased through Amazon and iTunes

Naxos has also released the newest video interview with Jennifer live, if you'd like to see what she has to say about contemporary music!  

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The world premiere recording of Higdon's first opera, Cold Mountain is now available.  This live recording with the Santa Fe Opera (Miguel Harth-Bedoya, conducting) features performances by Isabel Leonard, Nathan Gunn, Emily Fons, Jay Hunter-Morris, Kevin Burdette, and Roger Honeywell. The recording, which garnered 2 Grammy nominations, is available on and