Grace Brigham is a composer from Washington, D.C. specializing in choral and vocal music. She recently graduated from St. Olaf College with a degree in music, where she also played violin and sang in various ensembles including the St. Olaf Choir. Grace's love for choral music began when she joined the chorister program at the Washington National Cathedral in 2012, where she had the opportunity to sing at numerous concerts and services of national significance. Her music is gaining increasing attention, with performances so far by Cantus, the Washington National Cathedral Choir, and many ensembles at St. Olaf College. Her piece "Discoveries" was named the winner of the Cantus 2019 Young & Emerging Composer Competition, and is published through the Cantus Choral Series. In addition, "Discoveries" was selected for for the Cathedral Choral Society's composition masterclass with Augusta Read Thomas. Grace works as an assistant for composer Jocelyn Hagen and Graphite Publishing. In addition, she designs and produces virtual choirs.