Gabrielle Cerberville (b. 1991 in Sleepy Hollow, NY) is a curious American composer, multi-media artist, and pianist. She writes with an experimental flair that is at once familiar and alien, and her work regularly blends the lines between disciplines and discrete art forms. Her music explores such themes as landscape, disappearing, insecurity, resolve, and image. She holds a Bachelor of Music from Butler University in composition and theory, and has studied traditional and electronic composition with Drs. Frank Felice and Michael Schelle.
Gabrielle’s works have been featured across the US and Europe. She has been honored with residencies at Listhus in Iceland, Arts Letters and Numbers in New York, and NES in Iceland, Convergence in Indianapolis, and has been invited to attend several festivals, including highSCORE, SPLICE, EMM, Skammdegi, and A! Festival. Gabrielle’s beautiful and unusual compositions have been highlighted by the artistic talents of Elizabeth Baker, Ascending Duo, Circuit721, Sotto Voce, Verdant Vibes, and others. Gabrielle is currently pursuing her Masters of Music in composition at Western Michigan University, and serves as a TA in the Multimedia Arts and Technology department.