Gina Biver is a composer of electro-acoustic music for chamber ensemble, choir, multimedia, dance and film. She has won numerous grants and awards including those from the American Music Center and American Composers Forum. Her music has been performed worldwide through her collaborations with choreographers, filmmakers, and multimedia artists, and has been performed in venues such as the Kennedy Center and the Corcoran Gallery in Washington DC, the Firehouse Space in Brooklyn NY, IUPUI in Indiana, UCal Fullerton, UMBC Baltimore and Andrea Clearfield’s Salon in Philadelphia and several others. Gina recently performed with the National Gallery of Art New Music Ensemble in the atrium of the National Gallery East Wing as part of the John Cage Centennial in September 2012, and as electric guitarist with the National Gallery of Art Modern Music Ensemble at the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC as part of the Andy Warhol: Headlines 2011-2012 exhibit. She is the Composer/Director of Fuse Ensemble, a performing group based in Washington DC that actively promotes new music as well as the work of video artists, kinetic sculptors and other visual artists. She lives in Falls Church, VA, with her husband Steve Biver, photographer and author, and their three children.