Melanie Wilson is a U.K. based multi-disciplinary performance maker. Her acclaimed work is founded on the contemporary interplay between sound art, experimental forms of composition, language and live performance, and is under-pinned by political interest.

Melanie’s composition and sound is currently appearing in Orlando, an adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s novel by Alice Birch, directed by Katie Mitchell for Schaubühne theatre, Berlin. Showing at Barbican Theatre from 2nd - 5th April 2020.

Radical Mother, Melanie’s climate music verbatim piece for three voices, will shortly be streaming online as a TEDx Bristol talk.

Melanie is speaking at the Writing the Outdoors symposium at 101 Space, Newbury on 6th February. Details here.

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