Erin Elizabeth Gee (born San Luis Obispo, California 1974) is an American composer and vocalist. Among the fellowships she has held are the Guggenheim and the Radcliffe Institute Fellowships, and among the awards she has won for her compositions are the Rome Prize and the first prize of the International Rostrum of Composers. She was on the faculty of the University of Illinois in Urbana as Assistant Professor of Composition-Theory and is currently Assistant Professor of Composition at Brandeis University.
In 1997 she received her B.M. with honors and highest distinction in Piano Performance from the University of Iowa; there she also earned an M.A. in composition in 2002. In 2007, she earned her Ph.D. in music theory from the University of Music and Dramatic Arts, Graz, Austria  where she studied musical composition with Beat Furrer.
With her brother Colin Gee, she performed at the Whitney Museum of Art and was a resident at the Montalvo Arts Center. She won the 2008 Rome Prize and was a Guggenheim Fellow in 2009. From 2010-2011, she was a fellow in composition at the Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart. In 2015, she received the Charles Ives Fellowship of the American Academy of Arts and Letters. The puzzle video game app Blek contains excerpts of Erin Gee's work.  Gee is one of the Kronos Quartet 50 for the Future composers.
|Mouthpiece XXVII||Hoehenrausch  Ensemble NOVA ORF Austrian Broadcasting Corporation||2017|
|Mouthpiece XXIV||Ryan Muncy ISM||2016|
|"Mouthpieces" (portrait CD)||col legno label Klangforum Wien PHACE Ensemble||2014|
|Yamaguchi Mouthpiece Part 3||The Believer Magazine||2011|
|Mouthpiece IX (parallel version)||102 Masterpieces: ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra miniatures||2010|
|Akiguchi Mouthpiece||Wittener Tage für neue Kammermusik||2008|
|Yamaguchi Mouthpiece||Entspannte Gleichzeitigkeit - Hammer Records||2006|
Selected awards and grants
- 2015 American Academy of Arts and Letters, Charles Ives Fellowship Recipient ( Charles Ives Prize )
- 2009 John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, New York City.
- 2007 Rome Prize, The American Academy in Rome, Italy.
- 2007 International Rostrum of Composers “Selected Piece” (First Prize), Paris, France.
- 2007 Teatro Minimo Prize  (first round), Zurich Opera House
- "Erin Gee: Composer and UI Grad Erin Gee Wins the Rome Prize", The Iowa Source, JAMES MOORE, June 2007
- Erin Gee resume, URL=http://erin-gee.com/eringee.swf
- "ERIN GEE", MONTALVO ARTS CENTER
- Erin Gee biography |URL=http://www.akademie-solitude.de/de/stipendium/stipendiaten/erin-gee~pe1927/
- "Songs without words", Harvard Gazette, Colleen Walsh, February 18, 2010