Klein, Judy [Judith]
- Elizabeth Hinkle-Turner
(b Chicago, April 14, 1943). American composer. She took the BA at the University of California at Berkeley (1967), a diploma at the conservatory in Basle (1977) and the MA at New York University (1987). Her principal teachers were Weidenaar, Kessler, Dodge, Lilli Friedemann and Ruth Anderson. She has been an instructor and director at the computer music studios of New York University and created the Electro-Acoustic Music Archive at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. She has been guest composer and artist-in-residence at Dartmouth College, at the Brooklyn College Center for Computer Music and at the Studio for Electronic Music in Basle. Her works are mostly for the electronic medium and include sound installations, music for theatre and collaborations with visual artists. In 1988 she received special honours at the Bourges international electro-acoustic music competition for From the Journals of Felix Bosonnet...