NATALIE DIETTERICH is an American composer from Harleysville, Pennsylvania. Her music has been performed at the 21st Annual Young Composers Meeting (Apeldoorn, the Netherlands), the highSCORE Festival (Pavia, Italy), the Charlotte New Music Festival (North Carolina), Spectrum (New York), and was recently featured on Q2 Music (WQXR, New York). She is a winner of two Philadelphia Composers' Ink call for scores: "Airs of Other Planets” (2014) and “Songs of Metamorphosis” (2014), and will be attending the So Percussion Summer Institute this July.
Natalie is currently an M.M. candidate at the Yale School of Music, studying with Christopher Theofanidis. She holds a dual degree in violin performance and composition from West Chester University of Pennsylvania, where she ran the NOW Music Society new music concert series, coordinated Danza Symbiotica, a dance and composer collaboration, and was a member of the West Chester Laptop Ensemble. Her previous composition teachers include Robert Maggio, Larry Nelson, Mark Rimple, Adam Silverman, and Van Stiefel.