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Riley Ferretti is a composer, computer musician, and vocalist whose music explores human connection through choral, instrumental, and electronic music. Her inspiration spans numerous sources, from poetry to nature to personal experiences. 

She has received recognition from various competitions and organizations, including the KMEA Collegiate Composition Competition, Chorus Austin Composer's Competition Young Composers Division, The Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS), the FSU Festival of New Music, the Performing Media Festival, and 88.7FM's Synthdactyl Program. 

She holds a B.M. in Music Composition from the University of Louisville, where she also sang in the Collegiate Chorale and Cardinal Singers under the direction of Dr. Kent Hatteberg and worked as an alto section leader at Saint Martin of Tours Catholic Church.  

She recently graduated with a Master's in Music Composition at the University of Florida, exploring the integration of the body, voice, and technology through the concepts of cybernetic feedback loops, posthumanism, identity, durational performance, and the body as source material.

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"Ferretti is a rising star in the choral world."

- Washington Master Chorale

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