Ryne Siesky is a Miami-based composer of acoustic and electroacoustic music. His music explores the intersections of art and music, bringing focus to the idiosyncrasies of music creation and sonic processes. His work has been described as “beautifully haunting” (Robert Avalon Competition), “patiently evocative” (George Lewis), and “attractively inventive” (Dorothy Hindman). His work has been performed by Hypercube, Braeburn Brass Quintet, Robert Black, Lindsay Garritson, and Laura Silva, among others. His music has also been featured at several festivals and conventions including the International Trumpet Guild, NYCEMF, and SEAMUS. Siesky is currently working towards his Doctor of Musical Arts in Composition at the University of Miami – Frost School of Music.