Felicity Wilcox

Felicity Wilcox is an ARIA and AACTA-nominated Australian composer, whose output encompasses concert music, film music, songwriting and improvisation, music for theatre, installation, live events, and radio.

She has received commissions for many leading ensembles, and her compositions are performed and broadcast in Australia and internationally. She has composed the soundtracks for over 60 screen productions. Felicity is a Senior Lecturer in Music and Sound Design at the University of Technology Sydney, and lives on Darug Country in the Blue Mountains, NSW, Australia.

Artist's website: felicitywilcox.com

Felicity Wilcox is featured on the following titles

Threading the Light

Threading the Light was composed between 2008 and 2012, as the cornerstone of a PhD in composition. Motivated by its world premiere by The Cooperative in 2022 and having waited 10 years for its release, Felicity Wilcox now presents this very personal, ethereal, strongly symbolic, and emotionally charged work.

Performer: electronics

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Uncovered Ground

This first-ever collection of concert works by Felicity Wilcox represents the cream of her recent chamber music compositions. They include a brand-new recording of her celebrated bass clarinet work composed for Jason Noble, ‘People of this Place’, alongside works commissioned by Ensemble Offspring, Ironwood, and the Australia Ensemble, as well as a movement from Wilcox's first string quartet, performed by Sydney Art Quartet.

Performer: Piano