Heather Stephenson is a London based composer, arranger and events producer. She has had her music performed at established venues and promoters across the UK, including the Royal Albert Hall, nonclassical, Stoller Hall, The Albany and the National Centre for Early Music, as well many independent nights. She has worked and collaborated with established artists, including arx duo, Dominic Murcott and Nicholas Pendlebury (Smith Quartet). As well as her composition projects, Heather also works as a freelance events producer and has worked with with the likes of Anoushka Shankar, nonclassical, Dominic Murcott, London Ear Festival and Edward Jessen.

She studied with Errollyn Wallen MBE, Edward Jessen, Paul Newland and Sam Hayden during her Masters at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, where she was award the prestigious Loveday, Helen Roll Trust and Trinity Laban scholarships and was the recipient of the Daryl Runswick Composition Prize. Previously, she studied with Camden Reeves and Richard Whalley during her undergraduate studies at The University of Manchester.