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Mattea Williams

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Mattea Williams


Mattea Williams (b. California) is an American composer.

Ms. Williams received her bachelor’s degree in composition from the Baldwin Wallace Conservatory and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in composition from the University of Texas–Austin Butler School of Music.

Williams often experiments with using a combination of extended techniques and found objects or auxiliary instruments in her music to recreate sounds found in nature. Her compositions can be recognized by their unique, colorful sound worlds, rhythmic complexities and creative storytelling on themes such as magic, empowerment and adventure. Williams enjoys composing pieces for all difficulty levels and ensembles.

Performances of Mattea Williams' works include premieres by The UT Austin New Music Ensemble, the Baldwin Wallace Treble Choir, Baldwin Wallace Orchestra, and the Mt. Kenya Academy High School String Orchestra in Kenya, Africa.

Works for Winds

Adaptable Music

  • Spring (Flex instrumentation) (2020)

All Wind Works

  • Spring (Flex instrumentation) (2020)