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Jessica Mays is a composer, pianist, and songwriter based in New York City and her hometown of Denver, Colorado. She also manages the New York Philharmonic Very Young Composers Program. Her music has been performed both locally and abroad by a wide variety of soloists, ensembles, and orchestras including the New York Philharmonic, National Symphony Orchestra, Playground Ensemble, Ensemble Paramirabo, Ensemble Lunatik, Blackbox Ensemble, Thin Edge New Music Collective, The Labo de musique contemporaine de Montréal, and many others. She has been featured by a variety of festivals as composer and performer, including the Chelsea Music Festival, Loon Lake Live, and the Cluster Music Festival. She has written arrangements for large and small forces in a variety of projects with the Colorado Symphony. Her music has received praise from such major publications as The Boston Globe and the Boston Musical Intelligencer.


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