Ellen Reid

Composer

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Picture yourself hiking in Griffith Park up to the observatory. You hear people talking, a dog’s leash jingling, birds chirping, and your shoes crunching on the dirt.

'Ellen Reid SOUNDWALK': Music for hiking around Griffith Park, curated just for you

Picture yourself hiking in Griffith Park up to the observatory. You hear people talking, a dog’s leash jingling, birds chirping, and your shoes crunching on the dirt.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Ellen Reid has scored more than 20 miles of trails throughout Griffith Park for her app called Soundwalk.

'Ellen Reid SOUNDWALK': Music for hiking around Griffith Park, curated just for you

Ellen Reid has scored more than 20 miles of trails throughout Griffith Park for her app called Soundwalk.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The Pulitzers were announced last night and several Angelenos can now add Pulitzer Prize winner to their bios.

Composer Ellen Reid on her Pulitzer Prize winning work ‘p r i s m’

The Pulitzers were announced last night and several Angelenos can now add Pulitzer Prize winner to their bios.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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