Jessica Rudman’s music has been performed across the United States and in France, Italy, Spain, and Turkey. Her works have been included on festivals such as the Omaha Symphony New Music Symposium, Composers Now, New Voices @ CUA, the Ernest Bloch Festival, the Electroacoustic Barn Dance, the IAWM International Congress, and various SCI Conferences. Honors include winning the 2013 Boston Metro Opera’s Advocacy Award, the 2012 College Music Society Student Composer Award, the 2012 NewMusic@ECU Orchestra Composition Competition, IAWM’s Libby Larsen Prize (2011), Honorable Mention for the Brian M. Israel Award (2011), and first prize in the Con/un/drum Percussion Competition (2009).
Ms. Rudman has taught at The Hartt School, Central Connecticut State University, and Baruch College. She is the is the Associate Director of the Women Composers Festival of Hartford, for which she received a Women’s Education and Leadership Fund Grant in 2007. Ms. Rudman holds degrees from the The Hartt School and the University of Virginia. She is currently pursuing a Ph.D. at the CUNY Graduate Center as an Enhanced Chancellor’s Fellow and a student of Tania León.
"Beyond the Fields We Know" for flute, cello, and marimba; "First Praise" for Pierrot Ensemble; "To Think on You" for tenor and piano; "Everything Carries Me to You" for chamber orchestra; "Continuities" for Woodwind Quintet; and "HAlf Turn to Go Yet Turning Stay" for string quartet