Caroline Bordignon is a UK based composer currently on the London Symphony Orchestra Panufnik Scheme. She has composed for a wide variety of forces and also has experience electronics/logic and composing for film.
She seeks to explore aspects of colour, light, space, time and ways in which these interrelate through visual and musical expression synaesthetically.
Her focus is to create visual and musical works together with the objective of establishing single, yet varied and complimentary art forms.
Caroline is currently a PhD Candidate in Composition at the Royal Northern College of Music with Adam Gorb and Laura Bowler where she also completed her masters degree.
Caroline’s works have been performed in Canada and internationally including at the International Sound in the Land Music Festival, Northern Chords Festival, the Equator Festival at King’s Place London and she is currently a composer on the 2019/2020 London Symphony Orchestra Panufnik Scheme.
Significant commissions have included a work for singing solo viola by Katherine Clarke and arrangements of Norwegian Folk Song for Susanna Solsrud, Soprano in association with the Bergen National Opera.
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