Armed with a pencil, paper, and modular synthesizers, composer Leanna Primiani’s music oscillates between electronic modernism and orchestral abstraction across the classical, film, and ambient electronics genres. Her music parallels her fragmented existence as she works between the concert and Hollywood traditions. Leanna asks listeners to consider deep issues related to the female experience, as she believes that connection and thoughtful
participation can catalyze powerful change.
Recent performances of her work include the Rochester Philharmonic, Nashville Symphony, United Nations 50 for Freedom campaign, and award-winning film and TV projects, among others. What matters most to Leanna is to use her
musical voice to advocate for social change, writing several works that focus on the issues that matter to her most: human trafficking, gender
equality, mental health, and juvenile justice.