October 29, 2021
"a beautiful reckoning" (2020) for flute, alto flute, guitar, and voice improvisations over a fixed media and 5-screen projection with light show; LIVE in the Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theatre
"Shared, In Balanced Contrast"
Aleyna Brown and Elijah J. Thomas co-compose, perform, and produce a flute and electronics music video exploring arts equity, activism, race, and the balance of shared and separate spaces; created during the International Contemporary Ensemble EVO2021.
Lecture Series Launch
Professionally Releasing Music in the Global Music Market
brand new 3-part lecture series answering your questions on how to get your music to listeners around the world (and make money doing it)
a beautiful reckoning
for live improvisations on flute, alto flute, voice, and guitar, accompanied by fixed media and light show. Premiered February 17, 2020 at the University of North Texas
"Damned Women" March 25, 2022
Contemporary dance collaboration with choreographer/researcher Hayley Duplantier on the 1692 Salem Witch Trials. Premiere at Texas Woman's University.
Class of 2021
Summa cum laude graduate of the University of North Texas College of Music with an M.M. in Flute Performance, specializing in Contemporary Music, and an M.A. in Composition, specializing in Computer Music
Houston Dance Festival
"At My Intersection" selection
Choreographer-collaborators Miranda Zapata and Cami Holman take the show on the road to MATCH Houston Latina/o/x Contemporary Dance Festival. March 12, 2022.
November 23, 2021
Aleyna presents a lecture recital on electroacoustic flute considerations of control structures and interaction schemes with live demonstrations. 2pm Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theatre.
Aleyna Brown M.M. Flute Recital - May 3, 2021
Master's solo recital at the University of North Texas, featuring contemporary & electroacoustic works on a majority female-composer program
Florida State University Presidential Scholars
Aleyna gets interviewed by her alma mater to talk about her experience as a Presidential Scholar and her successes during and after her time at FSU
a beautiful reckoning
this electroacoustic media rendered into an audio-visual experience via TouchDesigner 3D reactive particles selected for the Sonic Murals Festival at the University of North Texas 2020