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Riley Ferretti is a Japanese-American composer and vocalist whose music explores the idea of human connection through choral, instrumental, and electronic music. Her inspiration spans numerous sources, from poetry to nature to personal experiences. She recently graduated from the University Of Louisville with a B.M. in Music Composition, where she won the 2021-2022 KMEA Collegiate Composition Competition for her choral piece, The Oak, and received the Sixty-Second Annual Alumni Award. She is currently pursuing a Master's in Music Composition at the University of Florida, where she is concentrating on the connection between the voice and live electronics as well as the creation of unique textures in instrumental and vocal music.

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Upcoming Performances

April 15th

The New Music Vocal Ensemble concert at the University of Florida

March 7th-8th

Performance of "Moon Dark World" at IU South Bend & South Bend Museum of Art Performing Media Festival

March 3rd

'A Prayer' performed by Chorus pro Musica at the Sanders Theatre in Cambridge MA

February 1st-3rd

In an Artist's Studio Performance at Florida State University's 2024 Festival of New Music.

December 31st

‘I have so many selves, I cannot contain them all’ featured on the Synthdactyl Program NYE playlist on KSPC Claremont 88.7FM.

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

- Washington Master Chorale

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