the

portfolio

of

emily ravenscraft

Emily Ravenscraft is a Louisville, KY based violinist & composer working not only in the classical realm, but also in film scores, blues, bluegrass, & psychedelic rock.

 

Starting at the tender age of three with a Fischer Price rainbow-colored xylophone toy piano, she studied classical violin at the School for Creative and Performing Arts in Cincinnati, OH. She has played with the Seattle Philharmonic, The Hilltalks, Patrick Galactic, & more. She has graced the stage at Moth events in Seattle including a MainStage at Beneroya Hall. As a composer she has won an award for best score in the 2019 48 Hour Film Festival in Louisville, KY. She is currently sitting as Concertmaster and Executive Director of the Kentucky Chamber Orchestra and still noodling around with writing with various freelance projects.

 

Her solo project, e.ravenscraft utilizes her violin and a loop pedal to create dark, textural melodies - capturing her audience in a moody, dreamy soundscape.

footnotes

chapter 1. into it we go

audio, written score, & written word

emily ravenscraft

directions:

step 1. place headphones in/on ears

step 2. press play

step 3. read along (click images to explore)

step 4. digest

step 5. move on

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this city is beauty / is / chaos is beauty

music and editing //

emily ravenscraft

footage //

found footage from Public Domain & Creative Commons

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forget the flowers

and your monsters 

soundtrack //

emily ravenscraft

film //

john theroux

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i am here // where are you

music & direction //

emily ravenscraft

animation // john theroux

originally written for Noraefa, a ballet by Micheal Vincent Lopez - read more here

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from one to another

soundtrack //

emily ravenscraft

film //

touching knees productions

(kertis creative)

a 48-Hour Film Festival 2019, Louisville submission

Winner of Best Score

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curiouser & curiouser 

poster series

 

monthly event

Seattle, WA 

Feb 2017 - May 2019

 

design //

emily ravenscraft

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