Heather Hindman

Heather Hindman (b. 1976) is a Canadian composer based 3 hours from the rocky
mountains in Edmonton, Canada. She works in both acoustic and electronic mediums
and draws inspiration from everyday experiences and borrowed sound materials. Her
works have been performed in Canada, UK, Europe and New Zealand including the
MusiMars New Music Festival, the ISCM World Music Days (Belgium), the
Birmingham Frontiers Festival (UK) and have been broadcasted on CBC and Belgian
national radio. Ms. Hindman’s artistic endeavours have been supported by the Alberta
Foundation for the Arts, the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada,
the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music Media and Technology, the Edmonton
Arts Council, the Canada Council for the Arts and the Socan Foundation. Ms. Hindman
completed a Master of Music in composition at McGill University with Brian Cherney
and currently balances work as a private piano and theory instructor with composing.