Svjetlana Bukvich talks to Atlanta Music Critic William Ford
As part of William Ford’s interview series devoted to contemporary composers, Svjetlana Bukvich dissects her compositional process, her background and the reasons she writes electroacoustic music. 45 min
Svjetlana Bukvich Live – Voice of America (VOA) Interview
Svjetlana Bukvich talks with VOA anchor Inda Swanke about composing for contemporary dance, her album EVOLUTION, and her approach to music and technology. The interview Includes a clip from Bukvich’s composition Interior Designs commissioned by Carolyn Dorfman Dance. In Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian with English subtitles. 11:25 min
The Inside Story: Svjetlana Bukvich and EXTENSION
The Inside Story, a blog series from Parma Recordings explores the inner workings and personalities of their composers and performers. Discover how Svjetlana Bukvich has broken through both genre and gender rules in her composition.
Svjetlana Bukvich’s Orchestral World Premiere and Voice of America (VOA) Interview
Svjetlana Bukvich talks to Voice of America (VOA) anchor Inda Swanke about the role of music in the era of enhanced learning through technology, and the world premiere of her Machina in Dubio for symphonic orchestra in Sarajevo. Along with 9 orchestral premieres by Bosnian-Herzegovinian composers, the piece was televised nationally on Statehood Day featuring the Sarajevo Academy Orchestra. In Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian. 3:57 min
Svjetlana Bukvich on Audrey Wright’s Composer Convo! for American Voices Now
Violinist Audrey Wright, the Associate Concertmaster of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, interviews Svjetlana Bukvich ahead of Wright’s performance of Bukvich’s Before and After the Tekke on American Voices Now. The concert was live-streamed from Baltimore US as part of Beyond Bach series at An Die Musik LIVE! 8:06 min
Clocktower Radio NYC Host David Weinstein talks to Svjetlana Bukvich
Beyond EVOLUTION, a conversation and listening session with the category-defying composer/performer Svjetlana Bukvich. Interviewed by the new music connoisseur David Weinstein, Roulette Intermedium and Clocktower founder and co-director.
Composer Conversations: Svjetlana Bukvich
Parma Recordings’ Parma Blog recently caught up with Svjetlana Bukvich to discuss EXTENSION, her recent release and what it can offer listeners during quarantine, and more in this SoundCloud interview. 48 min
In Her Own Words: Conversations with Composers in the United States – Svjetlana Bukvich Book Interview Feature
With personal anecdotes and sometimes surprising intimacy and humor, these wide-ranging conversations represent the diversity of women composing music in the United States. Among the other composers represented are Meredith Monk, Joan Tower, Gabriela Lena Frank, Chen Yi, Pauline Oliveros, Laura Karpman, Jennifer Higdon, Tania León, Augusta Read Thomas, Beth Anderson, Winifred Phillips, and Pamela Z.
Svjetlana Bukvich in Ask a New Yorker
Svjetlana Bukvich speaks about teaming up again with Carolyn Dorfman Dance in this interview by Denise Marsa.
“It’s a bit like scoring for picture. The feel and the speed/timing are paramount. I’m a structuralist and timbre obsessed, and I find these qualities in Carolyn’s choreography.“
Evolving with your Favorite Song: Svjetlana Bukvich for NYU’s Washington Square News
New York University (NYU) Steinhardt music technology instructor and composer Svjetlana Bukvich talks to Sierra Jackson about music as an evolutionary tool that is changing how people express emotion.
Anatomy of Sound Blogspot: Svjetlana Bukvich
Journalist Dragan Vuković asks Svjetlana Bukvich about her musical journey from Sarajevo to New York City, about her growing up in Yugoslavia, and how she overcame obstacles along the way.
“Even in the moments of greatest despair I refused to do anything else but music.”