Cassie Wieland (b. 1994, Illinois) is an American composer.
Ms. Wieland received her BM in music composition at Illinois State University under the instruction of Martha Horst, Joshua Keeling, Roy Magnuson, and Carl Schimmel. She received her MM in composition at the University of Illinois.
Wieland has written concert works for solo vocalists and instrumentalists, wind and string chamber ensembles, wind ensemble, and orchestra. She is especially passionate about teaching composition and collaborating with other art media.
Cassie’s music has been featured at events such as the Bang on a Can Summer Festival, the SCI National Student Conference, and the Maryland Wind Festival. She has been commissioned and performed by Ritual Action, Ensemble Dal Niente, and the Illinois Modern Ensemble, among others. Cassie has also been twice recognized as an ASCAP Morton Gould finalist and as the 2018 composer in residence for the Maryland Wind Festival.
Cassie is currently  working in Brooklyn as a freelance composer, a label assistant for Cantaloupe Music, and an audio apprentice for Roulette Intermedium
Works for Winds
- for what it is worth (2016)
Cassie Wieland, personal correspondence, 8 April 2016
- Cassie Wieland website Accessed 17 July 2019