Alyssa Regent (b. 1995) was born on the islands of Guadeloupe (FR) and studied at Hunter College New York, where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts in composition. In 2021 she participated in the 77th Composers’ Conference in Boston, MA.
In 2022, she obtained her Master of Arts in composition. under Suzanne Farrin and David Fulmer. During her time at Hunter College, she trained as a conductor and was the Assistant conductor of the Hunter Symphony Orchestra. Alyssa’s music draws inspiration from folklore and the broader realm of art (visual art, written and spoken word, film, movement, sound art and more) as an approach on experiencing the affect and subterranean power present within the fabric of music and how it tints the spectrum of human emotions.
Her music has been performed by several New York based ensembles and soloists. She is currently a DMA candidate at Columbia University.