Sheree Clement’s music has been featured in the Tanglewood Music Festival, and performed by Speculum Musicae, the Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra in Boston, the San Francisco Contemporary Music Players, the Canyonlands Ensemble in Salt Lake City, Utah, the League/ISCM, Washington Square Contemporary Music Society, Parnasus, APNM and the Atlantic String Quartet.
She has composed works for orchestra, chamber orchestra, chamber ensembles with and without voice, string quartet, solo piano, and electronic media. Her published works are available from G. Schirmer / AMP and APNM. Speculum Musicae released her Chamber Concerto on CRI #617.
Clement received awards from ASCAP, the American Academy and Institute of Arts & Letters, Tanglewood Music Festival and the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation and grants from the American Music Center and Meet the Composer.
Born in Baltimore, Maryland, she studied piano, music theory and composition as a young person at the Peabody Institute and the Junior Conservatory Camp. At the University of Michigan she studied Music Composition with William Albright, William Bolcom, George Wilson, and Leslie Bassett, and received a B. Mus. and M. Mus. She completed her D.M.A. in Music Composition at Columbia University, where she studied with Mario Davidovsky.
She currently lives in New York City, where she writes software, composes music, and is President of the League of Composers/ISCM.