Felicity Wilcox : Represented Artist
Random Audio Sample: Yurabirong : People of this place : bass clarinet solo by Felicity Wilcox, from the CD Chi's cakewalk
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Artist website: http://www.felicitywilcox.com
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Felicity Wilcox is a versatile composer whose output encompasses music and sound design for film, television, advertising, games, animation, theatre, installation, multimedia, live events, dance and radio, concert music and band projects. Much of her work is focused towards hybrid arts and interdisciplinary projects, informed by her extensive professional background as a screen composer. Under the alias Felicity Fox, she has enjoyed a successful twenty-five year career, composing, recording and producing the soundtracks to many award-winning film and television productions. Felicity has received multiple ARIA, AFI and APRA/AGSC awards and nominations for her film music, which has been broadcast nationally and internationally on leading television networks, and in major film festivals including Sydney, Melbourne, Berlin, New York, London, Paris, Chicago, Venice, Tokyo and Toronto.
Felicity studied composition at Sydney Conservatorium of Music, gaining her doctorate in Music for Combined Media in 2013. In recent years, she has been commissioned to compose new concert works that have gained a national audience, including for the Australia Ensemble, Ensemble Offspring, Ironwood, Sydney Art Quartet, Australia Piano Quartet, Vivid Sydney, Decibel New Music Ensemble, and the Sydney Symphony Fellows.
Felicity is Lecturer in Music and Sound Design at the University of Technology Sydney.
Felicity Wilcox — current to February 2018
||SON-ombra : String Quartet no. 1 (2018)||Commissioned by Sean Botha|
|Snow I. Flurries : for vibraphone, cello and Bb clarinet (2017)||Adapted from the original version for Richard Rourke and friends.|
|Vivre Sa Vie : Composer's Cut (quartets: flute, clarinet, percussion, piano) (2017)||Commissioned by the Australia Ensemble for 'The Sound of Pictures' program|
||Uncovered ground : large chamber ensemble (2015)||Commissioned for "Broken Consorts" concert series, February, 2015|
|Ground : from 'Uncovered Ground' (2015)||Composed for Ironwood Ensemble as part of 'Uncovered Ground', a commission for Ironwood and Ensemble Offspring|
|Gouttes d'un sang etranger (spoken voice with chamber ensemble and pre-recorded sound) (2014)||World premiere performance commissioned by Vivid Sydney and Seymour Centre, for New Wave Sound, June 2014|