Amanda Harberg

Instructor of Music Composition, Interlochen Arts Camp

M.M., Music Composition, The Juilliard School; B.M., Music Composition, The Juilliard School

Composer Amanda Harberg’s works have been presented at leading institutions including Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. Harberg’s music has been recognized by a Fulbright Hays fellowship, Juilliard’s Peter Menin prize, New Jersey and New York State Council on the Arts fellowships, a MacDowell Colony summer residency, and an NFA Newly Published Music award.

Recent commissions include works for the Philadelphia Orchestra’s Sound All Around series, the Bay Atlantic Symphony, the Dorian Wind Quintet, the Grand Rapids Symphony, the Albany Symphony, the Juilliard School, the New York Youth Symphony’s First Music Program, and the New Jersey Youth Symphony. Her Concerto for Viola and Orchestra was recorded on Naxos American Classics in 2017 to critical acclaim.

Harberg’s music is published by Theodore Presser Company, and has been recorded on Naxos, Koch International, American Modern Recordings, Albany and Centaur Records. She teaches at Rutgers University and at the Interlochen Center for the Arts.