Composer, arranger, and orchestrator Heather Sorenson entered the music industry several years ago, and her name has quickly become a welcomed fixture in the publishing world. Heather has been published by some of the largest and most respected publishers in the world, and her compositions remain at the top of bestseller and editor's choice list.
At the age of three, Heather began playing the piano. At fifteen, she won a master class audition with world-renowned pianist Misha Dichter at the University of Wisconsin. Originally recognized for her skill as a pianist, Heather easily transitioned into the world of composition. Her stylistic diversity is apparent, as she maneuvers both the traditional and contemporary genres of music, often combining the two for a unique blend that has become her artistic fingerprint. Heather's compositions are performed weekly in thousands of churches and schools worldwide, as well as in historic concert venues including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, the National Cathedral, and the DAR Constitution Hall.
Teaching has become a large part of Heather's career. She taught all elementary levels of music at a private school in Dallas for four years, served as an adjunct music professor at Baylor University's School of Music, and has served on many master class panels in piano and songwriting. Heather is a regular guest speaker and choral conductor at churches across America, and leads scores of sessions each year at various worship conferences, schools, and universities.
Currently, Heather spends her time juggling an extremely full writing load while traveling often as a guest artist, conductor, and lecturer.