Katy Jarzebowski is a film, concert, and multimedia composer whose music grows from a rich tradition of orchestral writing, her Eastern European roots, a fascination with combining old and new world styles, and most importantly, a lifelong romance with the cinema. She is honored to have had her work acknowledged by numerous institutions and collaborative opportunities. After graduating Yale University in 2006 with degrees in both Music and Film Studies, she completed her masters degree in Music Composition from NYU, where she was presented with the Elmer Bernstein Award. In 2014, she was chosen as a composer fellow for the Sundance Institute’s Music and Sound Design Lab at Skywalker Sound, supported by BMI under the direction of Peter Golub and with such distinguished and inspiring advisors as Alan Silvestri, James Newton Howard, Harry Gregson-Williams and Blake Neely. Katy was featured on ASCAP’s ‘Composers to Watch Spotlight’ in 2014-15. “ARAM, ARAM” was her first feature film as Composer; she is currently attached to several feature films and documentaries.