Jesselyn Joy Dudinsky

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Jesselyn Joy Dudinsky (born August 7, 1998) is an American composer, songwriter, musician, and producer. Born and raised in Panama City, Florida, she has deep roots in the south eastern United States and loves her coastal heritage. She graduated from Troy University, where she played piano, sang, and was a majorette in the Sound of the South Marching Band. While at Troy, she studied composition under Robert W. Smith. In her senior year she recorded her debut studio album, Take Me Away (by Jesselyn Joy).

After graduating, Dudinsky moved to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue a career as a composer and artist. She currently works with film composer Kurt Heinecke and producer Dennis Dearing. She is the keyboard player and vocalist in retro rock band Dry Campus. Additionally, she is working on her second studio album project.

Her first orchestral compositions were released in 2022, titled Water Dance for string orchestra, The Highland Games for string orchestra, and The Highland Games for full orchestra.

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