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Music & Composition

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Loving yourself isn't vain. It's revolutionary. 

This piece was inspired by the media I was surrounded with growing up as a fat kid. That then would soon bleed into my google searches as a teenager, and as a young twenty-something.

I realized that I was unable to live my life in the reality I lived in.

So I decided to create my own reality.

Radical Self Love, Sophie Warrick, 2020

I Remain ConvincedSophie Warrick
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This piece was inspired by the upcoming election (2020). It is made up of audio from Trump's inauguration in 2017 and Clinton's first public statement after Trump's inauguration in 2017.


I've said it before and and I'll say it again. I'm worried about what the future holds. I want to see change that diverges from the norms of American history. I remain convinced that change will occur, but when?

In the spring of 2018, Sophie performed her freshman year recital with her friend and bandmate Samuel Ketcham.  She changed the style of the Hungarian Folk Dance to add swung bluegrass notes, rapid tempo changes, and a non-traditional guitar accompaniment.  

Czardas, Vittori Monti, accompianment by Samuel Ketcham, 2018

Video courtesy of Hamline University

live from the bottom, Alexander Natalie, 2019

Video Courtesy of Hollowed Out

Alexander Natalie is a 6 piece alternative folk band from St. Paul, MN.  Formally started in January of 2018 the group seeks to make honest music.  Their debut album "How Much Could You Ask of Me?" is available on all platforms.

Sophie is a dedicated participant of the Hamline Orchestra program.  During their Winter concert, they played a variety of music from all over the world and a variety of composers, from Bach, to Clarke, to Haydn.  She looks forward to continuing her schooling and playing more with the ensemble. 

Brahms, Hamline Orchestra, 2019

Video courtesy of Hamline University

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