Kelley Sheehan is composer and computer musician moving between acoustic, electro-acoustic, and performance art works. In any medium, her work centers on noise, performance, and interaction. Her work has been described as "Full of discovery, collaboration, and unpredictability" (Gaudeamus Foundation) with "Woozy Electronics" (LA Weekly).
Recently named winner of the Gaudeamus Award 2019, she has also recently been nominated for the ASCAP/Seamus Award 2020, as well as awarded fellowships at the 2019 National Composers Intensive with LA Philharmonic and the International Contemporary Ensemble, the 2019 wasteLAnd Summer Academy, MISE-EN Place Bushwick Residency, Composition Fellow at Nief- Norf, EQ: Evolution of the String Quartet at the Banff center, among others.
Upcoming projects include works for Nadar Ensemble, International Contemporary Ensemble, Ensemble Mosiak, and Wet Ink.
Currently based in Boston, MA (USA) with her wife and 2 dogs. Pronouns: She/Her
PhD, Harvard University (currently pursuing)
Chaya Czernowin, Hans Tutschku, Sivan Cohen Elias
MM, DePaul University
BM, Columbia College
Marcos Balter, Kenn Kumpf
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