Kerry has written mainly for winds, including two large ensemble works and two commissions for 2005 and 2006. She has also written music for electronics and film
Originally from New England, Kerry Cobuccio began composing at the age of 16 at a music camp in southern New Hampshire. She has a BM in music theory from the University of New Hampshire, and is working on a masters at the University of Minnesota. Her principal composition teachers have been Michael Annicchiarico, Andrew Boysen, and Judith Lang Zaimont. She also has studied clarinet with Patricia Cunningham, Dave Seiler, and John Anderson. Continuing to be an active performer as well as composer, she has premiered many works by her collegues as well as her own "The Many Colored Days of the Clarinet." Kerry is a member of ASCAP, IAWM, and Kappa Kappa Psi, and has an interst in writing for the wind ensemble.