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Claudia Molitor

Claudia Molitor

Claudia Molitor is a composer, artist and improviser whose work hovers between music and sound art, extending across contemporary art practices, such as video and installation art. Exploring the role listening can play in our world as well as embracing collaboration as compositional practice is central to much of her practice.


Some larger scale work includes Sonorama, an episodic work for a train journey, with Electra Productions, Turner Contemporary and the British Library, which received a British Composer Award in 2016; The Singing Bridge, installed at Somerset House and Waterloo Bridge during the Totally Thames festival; Walking with Partch for the Cologne based ensemble Musikfabrik at hcmf//; the headphone piece Auricularis Superior at the World Music Days in Tallinn (Estonia) in 2019; the audio-visual installation Listen to my World to Wilde Western (Kortrijk/Belgium), Spor (Aarhus/Denmark), hcmf// (Huddersfield/UK), Onassis Cultural Centre (Athens/Greece), Time of Music (Viitasaari/Finland) and A Thousand Words for Weather produced by Artangel at Senate House Library. Her album of songs Have you Ever has recently been released


University of London,



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