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Heather Stebbins (born 1987, Baltimore, Maryland) is an American composer of acoustic and electro-acoustic music, and a cellist.[1] She graduated from the University of Richmond in 2009, studying composition with Benjamin Broening and cello with Jason McComb, and has since been studying composition with Joshua Fineberg at the University of Boston. Her work “rush me to the shadows” won the University of Louisville Young Composer Competition for New Electroacoustic Music in 2009.[2]

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  1. http://heatherstebbins.com/biography/
  2. http://news.richmond.edu/features/article/-/141/heather-stebbins-09-music-majors-composition-wins-young-composer-competition.html

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