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Lessons (Theory and/or Composition)

-Individual (3o minutes or 1-hour)

-Groups (3 or more)

-Masterclasses (at least 40-minutes)


Other Services

-Arrangements and Orchestrations

-Special Event Music

-Advertising and Radio Spots

-Piano Reductions

-Part-Making

-Editing

-Engraving

​-Libretto Creation/Adaptation

-Artistic Event Planning and Coordination


About Kimberly

Music Festivals:

Boston University Tanglewood Institute (2010)

New York Summer Music Festival (2011)

Atlantic Summer Music Festival (2012)

Rocky Ridge Summer Music Festival (2013)

Brevard Music Center (2014)

ManiFeste (2016)

Orford Music Festival - Canada (2017)

Aspen Summer Music Festival, Composition Fellowship (2017)

​Oh My Ears New Music Festival (2018)

​Women Composer's Festival of Hartford, Presenter (2018)

New Mexico Contemporary Music Festival Fellowship (2018)

Madison New Music Festival (2017, 2019)

 


Education:

Bachelor of Arts, Luther College - 2014

Composition (Dr. Brooke Joyce)

Electronic Music (Steve Smith)

Percussion (Michael Geary)

Harp (Dr. Anne Benjamin)

Conducting (Dr. Daniel Baldwin, Dr. Joan deAlbuquerque)


Master of Music, Indiana University - 2016

Composition (Dr. David Dzubay, Dr. Claude Baker, Dr. Aaron Travers, Dr. Don Freund)
Electronic Music (Dr. Jeffrey Hass)
Conducting (Dr. David Dzubay)

Past Collaborators

At a Glance

PC: Amy Osajima

Collaborative Experience:

-Film

-Dance

-Stage Combat

-Visual Art (2D and 3D mediums)

-Theatre, Opera

-Theatre, Interlude Music

-Theatre, Performance Art

-Sound Installation and Design

-Conferences and Special Events


You can also find Kimberly on LinkedIn


Kimberly Osberg

Composer and Interdisciplinary Arts Collaborator

Skills and Services

Creative Collaboration

-Chamber and Solo Music

-Large Ensemble Music (8+ performers)

-Interdisciplinary Works

-Sound Installations and Design

-Fixed Media and Interactive Electronics    (including 4+ channel works)

-Performance Art (including site-specific and spatialized works)


Lecturing and Clinics, Topics Include

-Original Work

-Music and Film

-Music and Live Theatre

-Collaborating for Commissions

-Collaboration with Other Creative Artists

-Interpreting Non-Traditional Notation

-Sound Design for Immersive Experiences

In addition to her work as a composer, Kimberly has served in a number of collaborative capacities, working with a wide array of artists and organizations:


-Dallas Chamber Symphony

Event Operations Manager, Front House Manager, Music Editor and Arranger, Master of Ceremonies, Music Librarian, Social Media


-Libera Composers Association

 Executive Director, Clinician


-NewMusicBox

 Guest Writer


-Indiana University, Jacobs School of Music

 Vice-President (Student Composers Association),  Electronics Assistant (New Music Ensemble)


-Indiana University, Department of Theatre, Drama. and Contemporary Dance

 Sound Designer, Guest Lecturer


-Luther College

 Scene Shop Worker, Composition Studio Assistant,  Symphony Orchestra Manager