International composer and media artist Sabrina Peña Young has premiered her "marvelously abstract" works on four continents at various music festivals including the Australasian Computer Music Conference, the Athena Music Festival, Turkey's Cinema for Peace, Electrolune (France), Voices on the Edge (China, Europe, USA), Vox Novus 60x60 International Mix, Art Basil Miami, the International Computer Music Conference, SEAMUS National Conference, the IAWM International Congress for Women in Music, the Pulsefield International Exhibition of Sound Art, Primera en La Habana X (Cuba), and numerous festivals throughout the United States.
Young is the author of the New Music Resource at , a site dedicated to experimental intermedia and new music. In addition, the Kapralova Society Journal published her article, "Intermedia: Redefining American Music at the Turn of the Third Millennium". Peña Young's articles/reviews have been published in Percussive Notes, Associated Content, Sigma Alpha Iota's Panpipes, the SEAMUS Music Journal, JPparalelos.com, and her work World Order #4 will be published in the composer anthology Notations 21 (Mark Batty Publishers).
Young holds an M.M. in Music Technology from Florida International University, where she studied with Dr. Kristine H. Burns, and a B.M. in Music Composition from the University of South Florida, where she studied with Paul Reller and was an active member of SYCOM. Young interned in audiovisual design at the Deep Listening Gallery, under Pauline Oliveros, as part of the completion of her Master's program.