As a composer, I have always been fascinated by the process of collaboration - of working intimately with artists from the initial spark of inspiration to the final moments of its presentation. The world could always use more great art. Let's make it together.

-Kimberly Osberg

Commissioned by Trio Kavanáh to accompany Horizons showcase (Ian Davenport) - October 2018


Fall 2018-Spring 2019
EAST COAST, UNITED STATES - Kimberly is a guest composer for the 2018 NEXT Music Consortium Commission! The commission is part of four original works that will be premiered throughout the east coast by high school ensembles. 

March 23rd, 2019

DALLAS, TEXAS - Kimberly will be premiering a new work for chamber orchestra with the Dallas Chamber Symphony this spring at Moody Performance Hall in the heart of the Dallas arts district. She will be present at the performance for a pre-concert talk about her work, as well as after the concert to greet listeners in the lobby.

April 18th, 2019

PITTSBURG, KANSAS - Kimberly will be premiering an extensive new work for two voices and wind ensemble this April, commissioned by the Pittsburg State University Wind Ensemble in Kansas. The new work will feature an original text.

April, 2019
New York City, NY - Kimberly's ever-popular Suite-Ass Cycle will be performed by flutist Robin Meiksons and clarinetist Emily Mehigh in Brooklyn this April! More details to come.

"[Osberg] is passionate about her work and possesses an incredibly strong work ethic. She is open to all ideas and is
known and loved for her ability to foster open communication with all collaborators in every situation. Her
enormous creative energy positively electrifies everyone."

-Dr. David Kote, of Macbeth

Latest Works

All Aflutter
From a larger work-in-progress, 

Sketches from Yellowood - August 2017

Upcoming Performances

Photo Credit: Amy Osajima


Excerpt from Prospect Hill
From the original play Prospect Hill 

by Bruce Walsh - March 2017

Want to read more about Kimberly's work-in-progress? Keep up with the latest on her blog, Motives, to learn more about her process, collaborators, travels, and observations!

"[Osberg's work is] an endless array of brilliant mosaics, little tiny pieces that are extremely intricate."

-Dr. Timothy Weiss, of All Aflutter

Kimberly Osberg

Composer and Interdisciplinary Arts Collaborator