Nicole Russell is a composer and musician currently living in Brooklyn. She has experience teaching piano lessons to children and young adults for over 6 years, and has experience writing for a range of different instruments. Nicole completed her bachelor’s degree in Music Composition at the University of Texas at San Antonio, and received her master’s in Music Theory and Composition at New York University. Her past teachers include, Julia Wolfe, Joan La Barbara, Morton Subotnick, Ethan Wickman, James Syler, and Andrew Lloyd.
Nicole was named a recipient of the Charles Ives Scholarship from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Her work was featured on the Calliope’s Call “Sounds of Unity” program and the 2019 Women in Music Festival on the campus of the Mississippi University for Women. She was also a selected student composer for the 2019 CISUM Percussion Workshop in New York City, and has had works performed by Transient Canvas, Hypercube, and the JACK quartet.
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