I'm Anne Strickland, a composer living in Dallas. I write music for orchestras, choirs, chamber groups, soloists, video games, and more. I'm also half of the electronic rock duo, The Home Conversion. My solo releases include a space-pop EP, a collection of holiday folk music, and an 80 minute yoga soundtrack.  My podcast and vlog credits include music for Indivisible DFW, Roll to Hit Gaming, and Camera Insecura. Right now I’m writing and recording dark, emotional, and danceable tango music. Have a listen

I’m the founder of Dallas Women in Audio and Music and I’m on the board of Girls Rock Dallas. I love connecting with local musicians and supporting women in music. Let’s rock!

Bachelor’s- Music Composition (Southern Methodist University)

Master’s- Music Composition (Baylor University)


  • ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composer Award

  • NEA Chamber Music America Grant

  • Theodore Presser Scholarship

  • Phi Kappa Lambda

  • Meadows Undergraduate Research Fund Grant


  • Minor Key Games- videogame soundtracks

  • Stanislaus Symphony Orchestra- orchestra piece

  • Voices of Change- woodwind trio

  • James Layfield, Louisiana State University Monroe- piece for trombone and electronics

  • Ryan and Paige Mock- wedding music

  • Walker and Katelyn McWilliams- wedding music

  • Andrew and Alexis Strickland- wedding music arrangements

  • Kowloon International Church- choral anthems

  • Episcopal School of Dallas- drumline pieces