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Jessica Rudman

Hartford, CT            

Jessica Rudman is a Connecticut-based composer whose recent works engage with contemporary social themes through realistic or fantastical frames. Described as a “new music ninja” (Hartford Advocate), her style unifies melodic development and narrative structures with extended techniques to create an intense emotional expression. Her pieces often differ in language and approach, with the common thread being expressivity. She believes that the ability to evoke an emotional response in one’s audience is of extreme importance in our current social, economic, and political environment. 

Jessica’s music has been performed by the International Contemporary Ensemble, the Riot Ensemble, the Cadillac Moon Ensemble, the Omaha Symphony’s Chamber Orchestra, the Yakima Symphony Orchestra, the Hartford Independent Chamber Orchestra, and others. Honors include winning the Riot Ensemble’s 2015 Commissioning Competition, the 2013 Boston Metro Opera’s Advocacy Award, the 2012 College Music Society Student Composer Award, the 2012 NewMusic@ECU Orchestra Composition Competition, and IAWM’s Libby Larsen Prize (2011). 

Jessica has taught at The Hartt School, Central Connecticut State University, Eastern Connecticut State University, and Baruch College. She is currently the Head of the Musicianship and Composition department at The Hartt School Community Division and the Director of the Hartt Preparatory Academy. She has also been highly involved in arts administration and runs the student workshop for the Women Composers Festival of Hartford. Jessica holds degrees from the CUNY Graduate Center, The Hartt School, and the University of Virginia. 

More information about Jessica and her work can be found at her website,

Articles by Jessica Rudman:

Articles October 28 2019 | By Jessica Rudman
Sealing the Deal: Signing the Contract and Completing the Collaboration

Assuming you are setting a completed text in a transactional partnership, you’re now ready to write up your contract, get it signed, and start composing.

Articles October 21 2019 | By Jessica Rudman
What You Get and What You Give: Permission and Compensation for Setting a Text

Who owns what rights will depend on the nature of your collaboration and what you negotiate. For transactional partnerships involving pre-existing text, the author/publisher keeps the copyright of the words,...

Articles October 15 2019 | By Jessica Rudman
Transactional and Collaborative Approaches to Working with Authors

Informed consent is essential for successfully collaborating with writers. However, what each person must be informed about and consent to depends in part on whether the partnership will be transactional...

Articles October 7 2019 | By Jessica Rudman
A Primer on Collaborating with Authors

Introduction I could wax poetic about why composers should set texts by living authors. Some big reasons include texts that stand out amid the sea of well-worn Public Domain poems,...

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