astrid flynn

Artist Support Consultant
Pronouns: they/them

astrid hubbard flynn (they/them) is an autistic, nonbinary, white settler descended from Irish ancestors, living on Dakota land in so-called Minneapolis, Minnesota. astrid likes to present their work at small venues in the Twin Cities area, and their projects in the past year have included performances on stethoscopes, stethoscope tubes, vocals, simple digital drum patterns, flute, psaltery, and amplified window fan, with collaborators such as Ryann Daisy Swimmer, Ivan Cunningham, Nicholas Christenson, Xochi de la Luna and Aros E-V. In 2022, astrid received a B.A. in Music from Brown University, where they studied composition with Wang Lu, Kristina Warren and Eric Nathan. Their notated work has been performed by Bent Frequency, the Kukuruz Quartet, YarnWire and Zeitgeist, and presented by New Music on the Bayou, Fresh Squeezed Opera, the Source Song Festival, and the Atlantic Music Festival. astrid is the first point of contact for submissions to the American Composers Forum’s composer opportunities listings.

Photo by Erin Alexander