Colorado-based composer Dianna Link (b.1999) first ignited her passion for music at the age of three while singing in her church choir. Since then, Link’s music has been performed by the Colorado Symphony, Denver Young Artists Orchestra, the Bel Canto Flute Academy, and the Pendulum New Music ensemble at places such as the National Flute Association Convention, the Andrea Bocelli benefit concert at the Teatro del Silenzio in Italy, the Galway Flute festival in Wiggins, Switzerland, CU New Opera Workshop, and Colorado Public Radio Classical. Recent awards include an honorable mention/alternate distinction from the American Composers Forum in the Next Note composition competition, and being named the Inaugural winner of the DYAO composition competition. Link is currently a Junior at the University of Colorado pursuing a BM in composition while studying with Daniel Kellogg and Carter Pann.

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