Krista Detor

Krista  Detor Krista Detor Award-winning singer/songwriter, is described as 'An artist of rare ability with a deep poetic gift..' by the AllMusic Guide, and 'One of the great talents of the last years,' by Dutch National Radio. As a returning guest lecturer at Stanford University, Ms. Detor works with students in the Program in Writing and Rhetoric. Her album, Chocolate Paper Suites, is required reading for the course, The 'isms of Modernism. She tours extensively around the globe, conducting songwriting workshops and performing with well-known artists such as Suzanne Vega, The Neville Brothers & Louden Wainwright. Ms. Detor also partners with international writers and musicians to marry the studies of literature, world culture, and music. One noted collaboration was The Darwin Songhouse, a project in which songwriters sequestered in Shrewsbury, England to write songs celebrating the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin’s birth. Along with Carrie Newcomer, Ms. Detor collaborated with three fellow Indiana artists to create the CD and stage show, Wilderness Plots - the stories of Scott Russel Sanders set to music, resulting in an Emmy- Nominated PBS Special and recognition by both houses of the Indiana Legislature for Contributions to the Arts.