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Judy Dunaway has her own home page. Here it is: http://www.wesleyan.edu/~jdunaway/
Since 1990, Judy Dunaway's compositions and improvisations for balloons have been presented in New York City at Lincoln Center Out-of-Doors, the SoHo Arts Festival, the Alternative Museum, the Knitting Factory, P.S.122, Hear Theater, SoundLab, and many other venues, as well as throughout the U.S. and Europe. She has performed as a balloon player in compositions by Roscoe Mitchell and John Zorn, and in improvisational pieces with The Flux String Quartet, Illuminati, DJ Singe, Ken Butler, Andrea Parkins, Jane Scarpantoni and numerous others.
Other works by Ms. Dunaway include Sensation, a composition for audience presented at the Mixed Messages Festival where it was conducted by Jackie-60 Award-winner Baby Dee; Duo for Radio Stations, simulcast on WFMU (New Jersey) and WKCR (New York); The Dead for organ and seven cheap tape players premiered at Roulette and released on a compilation CD from AMF Records; and the score for Diane Torr's performance art piece Crossing the River Styx, the "high decibel music" that instigated the closing of Franklin Furnace in 1990.
From 1989-1994 her duo "Judy Dunaway and the Evan Gallagher Little Band" presented her songs and improvisations throughout the U.S. and Europe. She released two CDs of this material, "Judy Dunaway" (Lost, 1990) and "Judy Dunaway and the Evan Gallagher Little Band" (AMF, 1993).
Judy Dunaway at K&D