Katherine Price (b. 1992, Indiana) is an American composer of choral music, orchestral music, and chamber music. Price began composing seriously at age 13. Drawing influences from the Anglican choral tradition, European early music, American folk music, late romantic era classical music, and Holy Minimalism, her compositions reflect the styles of such composers as Benjamin Britten, Florence Price, Samuel Barber, and John Tavener.



Price is a 2014 graduate of Indiana University South Bend with a Bachelor of Music in Composition. She has studied with Jorge Muñiz, John Mayrose, and Thom Limbert.


Price has had several of her compositions performed throughout the United States by both amateur and professional musicians. In addition to composition, Price is an active performer in both large and chamber ensembles, premiering new works, as well as traditional performances.


Price lives in Chicago and is a soprano in The Chicago Chorale. 

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