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Dianna Link

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Dianna Link

Biography

Dianna Link (b.1999) is an American composer

Ms. Link recently [2021] graduated from University of Colorado Boulder with a BM in composition where her teachers included Daniel Kellogg, Carter Pann, Jeff Nytch, and Annika Socolofsky.

Ms. Link writes music that creates a connection and tells a story beyond the boundary of words and explores the intricacies of emotion, narrative, and nature. Her music has been played by ensembles such as the Colorado Symphony, Denver Young Artists Orchestra, ~Nois Saxophone Quartet, Ivalas Quartet, and the Boulder Altitude Directive. Link's music has been performed at places such as the National Flute Association Convention, the Pendulum New Music concert series, the Galway Flute Festival in Wiggins, Switzerland, the CU New Opera Workshop, and CPR Classical.

Recent awards include being a semifinalist for ASCAP's 2020 Morton Gould young composer awards and an honorable mention/alternate distinction from the American Composers Forum in the 2018 Next Note composition competition.


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