Judith Sainte Croix’s transformative music blends social issues and aesthetic expression, primitive sounds and new technologies, ancient structures and modern techniques to create a unique, evocative style.

Judith Sainte Croix was born in St. Paul, Minnesota and received her early musical training from her mother, a piano teacher, her father, a tenor soloist and Marion Hutchinson and Gerald Bales who taught her organ. At the age of sixteen she made her concert debut as soloist with the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra performing the “Poulenc Organ Concerto.” See my Zazzle page for my other work.

But her real love was composition and at Indiana University School of Music she received a Masters of Music Composition in studies with composers John Eaton and Innais Xenakis and poet, Mary Ellen Solt.

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