Kristina Warren is an electroacoustic composer, improviser, and researcher. Her diverse output - including electronic-vocal performance, non-traditionally notated scores, and scholarship on gender in electronic music - imagines the coherence of seemingly disparate processes, such as noise and individualized listening. Warren's work has been programmed at events such as the Guthman Musical Instrument Competition, International Computer Music Conference (ICMC), Irish Sound Science and Technology Association (ISSTA) conference, Mise-En Music Festival, New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival (NYCEMF), and Society for Electroacoustic Music in the US (SEAMUS) conference, and performed by ensembles such as Dither, Ekmeles, JACK Quartet, loadbang, the Meehan / Perkins Duo, Sō Percussion, and Third Coast Percussion. She has been selected as a PEO Scholar Award recipient (2016), an Associate Artist at the Atlantic Center for the Arts (2016), and a finalist in the American Composers Forum National Composition Contest (2014). Warren holds a PhD in Composition & Computer Technologies from University of Virginia (2017) and a BA in Music Composition from Duke University (2011).