Addison Hill (she/they) is a composer, artist, and musician from Phoenix, Arizona. They are currently a undergraduate music composition student at ASU.
As a lover and observer of all things art, Addison views her compositional process similar to that of a sculptor, painter, or stylist. Her works are a sonic, messy, and vulnerable collage of her own identity and viewpoint of the world. Addison’s works are a protest to everything and anything as she always strives to create radically, crafting each work through the lens of maximalism.
They have had their works performed at the Gammage Auditorium, PRISMS festival, Wildflower Composer’s Festival, Arizona Women’s Collaboration concert, and National Sawdust. Addison is also a two time ICHSA “best arrangement” award winner and recently won ASU's Mykytyn award. Besides composing music, Addison teaches piano lessons, sings in and leads an A capella group at ASU called the Devil Clefs, and provides love and support to her needy cat (which is definitely a full time job).