Away Team: Valentine Wolfe at ConGregate

Valentine WolfeCarol the Cat and the Giddygeeker spent the past weekend at ConGregate in High Point, NC and had a great time.  While we were there, we were able to grab a quick interview with Valentine Wolfe, and talk about their new kickstarter project, Elegiac Repose.  

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About Valentine Wolfe

Braxton Ballew and Sarah Black have been composing and performing music together as Valentine Wolfe since 2006.  They call themselves “Purveyeros, Performers, and Composers of the finest Macabre Melodies for Voice, Double Bass, and Electronics. Proudly providing elegant decadence for Living, Dead, and Otherwise, since 2006.”

Their scores have been heard in productions of The Merchant of Venice, The Tempest (Warehouse Theater), The Winter’s Tale (Furman University), and Twelfth Night (The Distracted Globe). Both hold graduate degrees from the University of Georgia, where they studied electronic composition with Dr. Leonard V. Ball. In addition, Sarah completed her Masters degree in composition studying with Dr. Adrian P. Childs. She currently studies voice with Lisa Barksdale from Furman University. Braxton holds a DMA in Double Bass Performance and has studied with Milton Masciadri, Albert Laszlo, and James Barket. He is the Education Director of the Greenville Symphony Orchestra and a member of the double bass section.

To find out more about Valentine Wolfe, visit their website at 

Guardians of the Geekery with Valentine Wolfe


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