Anya Lagman (b. 2001) is a publishing associate for See-A-Dot Music Publihsing Inc., a company devoted to the advocacy of new choral works and emerging composers. She is a Filipina composer and multi-instrumentalist originally from Manila, Philippines and based in Los Angeles. Her works have been performed in Boston, Manila, Maine, and Los Angeles. In 2020, she was selected as one of three Luna Lab fellows from the Los Angeles County for the 2019-2020, with her string quartet Unravel premiered by the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. Outside of composition, she founded The Dimitri Project, which provides a therapeutic solace through music for Filipinos. Currrently, she is a senior composition Thornton merit scholar at the USC Thornton School of Music. She studies with Nina Young and has previously studied with composition chair Don Crockett, Grammy award winner Andrew Norman, Pulitzer finalist Ted Hearne, and Veronika Krausas.