Alluringly entwining innocent and complex harmonies, “now consoling, now  unstable” (SFCV), Rosse’s music engages the intersection of identity and diaspora through an  intercultural dialogue that celebrates diverse traditions in both her music and libretti. Her music  has been performed by the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, Moscow Contemporary Music  Ensemble, Boston New Music Initiative, Brightwork Ensemble, Salastina Music Society, Lyris  Quartet, Carpe Diem Quartet, soprano Hila Plitmann, mezzo Naomi O’Connell, tenor Michael  Kelly, pianist José Menor, and cellist Armen Ksajikian, and has been featured on KUSC, the Hear  Now festival, and the Chigiana Festival. Current projects include both libretto and music for  Cristina Doesn’t Need Saving, winner of the 2022 Snapshot competition, a collaboration with  West Edge Opera and the Earplay Ensemble. Upcoming commissions include works for violinist  Kevin Kumar and guitarist Eliot Fisk. Rosse is a contributing author for the Oxford Handbook on  the TV Musical, and her Three Folk Songs are published by NewMusicShelf. Honors include the American Prize in Composition, 2022, the Elaine Krown Klein, Mimi Alpert, and Deglin Memorial  Awards, Phi Beta Kappa, and full scholarships to UCLA, Temple University, and Sorbonne University.