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The Singers11.21.14 The Singers, under the direction of Matthew Culloton, will premiere Jocelyn's new arrangement of Daniel Kantor's "Night of Silence" this holiday season. For dates, times and locations, click here.

NATS11.18.14 Check out the November/December issue of Journal of Singing, to read about three of Jocelyn's song cycles.

G. Schirmer11.13.14 Jocelyn signs a new work with G. Schirmer. "Vespertilians," a commissioned piece from Texas Choral Directors Association, will be published in 2015. Read more about the work here.

To See the Sky11.01.14 "To See the Sky" is now available through Graphite Publishing! This piece was commissioned by Georgia ACDA in honor of conductor/pianist Amy Foster.

Challey10.08.14 Jocelyn's new composition "Challey Fanfare" (for double brass quintet) was premiered by the Boston Brass and the North Dakota State University Faculty Brass Quintet in honor of the naming ceremony of the Challey School of Music.

amass9.21.14 Jocelyn Hagen wins third place in the American Prize, for her work "Sanctus," from amass, which recently received its New York premiere at Lincoln Center in March, 2014.

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Current Projects:

Linda ChattertonShort piece for flute and piano that will be premiered by Linda Chatterton and Jocelyn at The Schubert Club Courtroom Concert at noon on January 22.
Linda Chatterton, flute; Jocelyn Hagen, piano

JHA new setting of "The Lord is My Shepherd" for John Slawson of The First United Methodist Church of Elgin, IL.
John Slawson, conductor

IcelandA new arrangement of an Icelandic folk song for the NDSU Concert Choir, to bring on their tour to Iceland in May.
NDSU Concert Choir, JoAnn Miller, conductor

USDA new choral commission for the University of South Dakota Concert Choir, under the direction of David Holdhusen.
University of South Dakota Concert Choir, David Holdhusen, conductor

women's chorus An extended work for the Women's Chorus of Dallas and string quartet, to be premiered in the 2015/16 season.
Women's Chorus of Dallas, Melinda Imthurn, conductor



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