Megaphones Up, the Philharmonic Opens With Two Young Voices
New York Times | September 18, 2018

The NY times previews Filament at the NY Philharmonic, alongside the work of Conrad Tao.

Photo by Daniel Dorsa

5 Classical Music Faces to Watch This Season
New York Times | September 14, 2018

Zachary Woolfe and Joshua Barone highlight Fure in their 2018 season preview.

Photo by Daniel Dorsa

The Sounds of Music in the Twenty-first Century
The New York Magazine | August 27, 2018

Alex Ross ruminates on the music of now.

Illustration by Richard McGuire

Review: An ‘Opera for Objects’ Makes Music Out of Fear
New York Times | August 7, 2018

Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim reviews The Force of Things: An Opera for Objects, presented by Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival.

Image by Richard Termine

CONTACT! at New York Philharmonic And National Sawdust - A Roll of Duct Tape Made me Cry
Broadway World | January 9, 2018

Cole Crissum reviews the New York Phil at National Sawdust.

Photograph by Chris Lee

'A History of Classical Music (The Women-Only Version) ' by Alice Gregory
The New York Times | Dec 02, 2016

In this historical synopsis of female composers, The New York Times highlights the work of women making music from 1151 right down to 2016 and Ashley Fure. Read the full article here.

Photograph by Krista Schlueter

'Map Of The New' by Alex Ross
The New Yorker | June 27, 2016
Bound to the Bow named the "most arresting of the world premieres" at the NY Phil Biennial.

Illustration by Matteo Berton

'Review: At NY Phil Biennial, Interlochen Rises to the Occasion'
by James Oestreich
The New York Times  | June 6, 2016
Bound to the Bow called "boldly individual" and "compelling, beginning to end" in the New York Times review of Interlochen's Biennial Performance.

Photograph by Chris Lee

'Rising Start Composer Wins Prestigious Award' by Hannah Silverstein
Dartmouth News | Feb 2016
A look back at the history of Ashley Fure's career and her path to Dartmouth College.

Photograph by Robert Gill

'Chains Clink, Water Splashes: A Composer’s Beautiful Noise' by David Allen
The New York Times |  Jan 28, 2016

Read David Allen's beautifully written profile of Fure's work for the New York Times.

Photograph by Krista Schlueter

'Review: Ashley Fure Highlighted in a Composer Portrait at Columbia' by Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim
The New York Times | Feb 8, 2016
The New York Times calls Fure's work "richly satisfying" and imbued with "profound expressivity."  Read Corrina da Fonseca-Wollheim's review of Fure's Miller Theater Portrait Concert here.

Photograph by Richard Termine


Fure Receives 2016 FCA Grant for Artists
Foundation for Contemporary Arts (FCA), a non- profit organization founded in 1963 by John Cage (1912-1992) and Jasper Johns and created by artists to benefit artists, announces sixteen large, unrestricted grants to individual artists.  Awards provide significant, unrestricted assistance to individual visual and performing artists. Recipients are chosen annually through a confidential nomination and selection process.

Busoni-Kompositionspreis 2015 
Fure won the 2015 Busoni Prize from the Akademie Der Kunst in Berlin. Selected by a jury of Rebecca Saunders, Mark Andre, and Caspar Johannes Walter, the prize was commemorated with a concert featuring Fure's work played by the young and talented Zaafran Ensemble in Berlin on November 28th, 2015.


Kranichstein Music Prize 2014
Fure won the 2014 Kranichstein Music Prize at the Darmstadt International Summer Courses for New Music.  Selected by a jury consisting of  composer Hannes Seidel the music journalist Carolin Naujocks and accordionist Eva Zöllner.

Impuls  International Composition Prize 2013
Fure won the 2013 Impuls International Composition prize.   She was nominated by an international committee of composers, curators and journalists and selected by a jury consisting of  Pierluigi Billone, Markus Deuter, Lorelei Dowling, and Clemens Gadenstätter.  The prize resulted in a commission for Klangforum Wien premiered at the 2015 Impuls Festival in February, 2015.