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Caroline Wilkins

Caroline Wilkins


Caroline Wilkins was born in England and studied piano and composition at the Royal College of Music. From 1982–87 she lived in Sydney, guest lecturing in piano improvisation and new music theatre composition at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, studying theatre skills, and working as a composer/performer in new forms of theatre and music theatre. In 1987 she was awarded an Australia Council grant for further composition study with Mauricio Kagel in Cologne, after which she settled in Germany. Since 1987 Wilkins’ music has received performances and broadcasts worldwide, including the ISCM World Music Days. It has also been successful in several composition competitions, and sponsored for performance in numerous festivals. She was awarded the Karl–Sczuka prize from South West German Radio in 2000 for the radio composition Mecanica Natura. She currently lives in Britain and is undertaking research in Sound Theatre composition at Brunel University, W. London. Her works are published by: G. Ricordi & Co. Munich.

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