Colorado based composer Dianna Link (b.1999) first ignited her passion for music at the age of three singing in her church choir, and continues to fall more and more in love with music every day. Since then, she discovered her passion for composition after writing a flute quartet for her AP music theory class during her junior year of high school. In recent years, Link has won several composition competitions including the Pikes Peak Flute choir, CU High School composition competition, and was the Inaugural winner of the Denver Young Artist Orchestra composition competition. In addition, Link was awarded alternate/honorable mention in the Next Note composition competition from the American Composers forum and received the Greenwood Village Council of the Arts Scholarship. Link’s music has been played by the Colorado Symphony, the Bel Canto Flute Academy, and the Pendulum new music ensemble. Her music has also been performed at the National Flute Association, the Andrea Bocelli benefit concert at the Teatro del Silenzio in Italy, the Galway Flute festival in Wiggins Switzerland, and has been broadcasted on Colorado Public Radio Classical. Link has studied composition with New York based composer Stephanie Ann Boyd. She is currently a sophomore at the University of Colorado pursuing a degree in composition studying with Daniel Kellogg and Carter Pann.