Stacy Garrop (D.M., Indiana University, 2000) has won several competitions resulting in performances by the Civic Orchestra of Chicago, Omaha Symphony, New England Philharmonic, and the Women's Philharmonic, and readings by the Minnesota Orchestra, the American Composers Orchestra, and the Dale Warland Singers. She received a 2002 Artists Fellowship Award from the Illinois Arts Council and a 2001 Barlow Endowment commission, and was a finalist for the 2001 Rome Prize. Her works have been performed by the new music ensembles EARPLAY, New EAR, Third Angle, Seattle New Music Ensemble, Society for New Music, and SoundsNEW; by the San Francisco Chamber Singers, the Murray State University Concert Choir, and the Chicago College of the Performing Arts Chamber Singers; and by the Santa Cruz Symphony, Charleston Symphony Orchestra, and the National Repertory Orchestra. She has attended residences at the Banff Centre for the Arts, MacDowell Colony, Millay Colony, Yaddo, Wellesley Composers Conference, and the Atlantic Center for the Arts. Theodore Presser Company and Hildegard Publishing Company publish several of her works. She is an Assistant Professor in Composition at the Chicago College of Performing Arts of Roosevelt University. For further information visit Stacy Garrop.