Kelley Sheehan is a 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). When she is not composing, she is performing as an improviser with self-made electro-acoustic instruments or electronics. She is currently a doctoral candidate in Composition at Harvard University studying with Chaya Czernowin and Hans Tutsku.
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Kelley Sheehan

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