Felicity Wilcox. Photo: Camille Walsh
Felicity Wilcox is a versatile composer whose output encompasses concert music, music and sound design for film, television, games, animation, theatre, installation, multimedia, live events, dance, radio, 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 composed the soundtracks to many award-winning film and television productions and 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.
Felicity was awarded her doctorate in composition from Sydney Conservatorium of Music in 2013. In recent years, she has been commissioned to compose concert works for the Australia Ensemble, Ensemble Offspring, Ironwood, Halcyon Ensemble, Australia Piano Quartet, Decibel New Music Ensemble, and the Syndey Symphony Fellows, and her works have featured in major music festivals including Canberra Music festival and Vivid Sydney.
Felicity holds a position as lecturer in Music and Sound Design at the University of Technology Sydney, is a Director of the Australian Guild of Screen Composers and Artistic Director of 100clicksWest.
Threading the Light is a new mixed-media chamber opera work by Australian composer Felicity Wilcox that brings together concert music, theatre, electronic music, animation and visual design, to re-imagine musical performance, drawing on cutting-edge digital applications of sound and image, as well as the ancient and deeply human expression of live musical performance. Speaking to the vision of a world united by common practices and shgared human values, this dramatic and mesmerizing work is bound together by the theme of ritual, with texts sourced from prayers and contemplative writings across a broad range of faiths and languages.