Melody Loveless is a Brooklyn based composer and creative technologist who experiments and creates works for digital media, and acoustic and electronic instruments.

Her work is influenced by story-telling, science, crossing between mediums and genres, and interactive art. She has had the opportunity to work with many great musicians such as So Percussion, the JACK Quartet, Cadillac Moon Ensemble, Barnard-Columbia Ancient Drama Group, NEXTET New Music Ensemble, Washington Square Winds and NYU Contemporary Ensemble.

She holds a M.M. in Music Composition from New York University - Steinhardt and a B.A. in Music from University of Nevada - Las Vegas. Currently, she is pursuing a M.S. in Integrated Digital Media from New York University - Polytechnic School of Engineering. Her past composition instructors include Joan La Barbara, Julia Wolfe and Jerica Oblack. She has studied percussion with Timothy Jones, Alex Stopa and Dean Gronemeier.

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“Loveless’s score, in particular, carried the drama, via the voices of the chorus and actors as well as her and Yamashiro’s accompaniment. Her music animated the poetry and the dance, and the harmony between the three gave life to the drama.”
- Article: "Matricide in Manhattan: The Libation Bearers", The Virginia Advocate
Review for The Oresteia - The Libation Bearers (Choephoroi)

Best Short Score for Maureen by the 2014 Seattle Composers Alliance Awards

"Bitonal Nyan Cats, ostinato Nyan Cats, Nyan Cats everywhere, the nightmarish study of a cat lady’s fever dream. This author remains haunted."
- Seth Gilman, "The cell plays host to a Den of Death", Examiner
Review for Meow (re)Mix