In the spirit of other similar directories of women in music tech, such as the directory of WiMIR and the directory of WiNIME, the aim of this directory is to showcase and make visible the work of the women members of the Women Nordic Music Technology organization:

  • Ada Hoel

    Ada Hoel

    Ada Hoel is a Norwegian noise performer sound designer and composer, and an MA student in the Music Technology program at NTNU. She researches cross-adaptive processing as a production and composition tool, creates software, and processes vocal, acoustic and electric bass, drum, synthetic sounds and field recordings. »Read more

  • Alexandra Murray-Leslie

    Alexandra Murray-Leslie

    Alexandra Murray-Leslie is artistic researcher & co-founder of art band Chicks on Speed. Her research focuses on iterative prototyping of semantic foot devices for audiovisual theatrical expression in water, air and on land. She is adjunct faculty at The University of Art and Design, Linz. »Read more

  • Ane Bjerkan

    Ane Bjerkan

    Ane Bjerkan (b.1988) is an artist from Inderøy, who is composing, writing and producing her own music. Her lates release is the Indian harmonium and vocal based EP «Songs for Jirka» (Pisco Records) where she plays everything herself. Currently she is studying a master degree in Musicology, working on a topic about sonic expression through fantacy language, working with topics including experimental vocals and surrealism. »Read more

  • Angela Brennecke

    Angela Brennecke

    Angela Brennecke is professor of „Audio and Interactive Media Technologies“ at the Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF as well as a passionate musician and illustrator. She graduated in Computational Visualistics in 2004 and received a doctoral degree in Computer Graphics in 2009 from the University of Rostock, Germany. »Read more

  • Anna Xambó

    Anna Xambó

    Anna Xambó, PhD, is an experimental electronic music producer and researcher. She is currently an associate professor in music technology at the Department of Music of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and a visiting lecturer at Queen Mary University of London. »Read more

  • Dana Swarbrick

    Dana Swarbrick

    Dana Swarbrick is a singer-songwriter-scientist originally from Canada. She is currently a doctoral researcher at RITMO, the University of Oslo's Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Rhythm, Time, and Motion where she studies the intersection of music and psychology. »Read more

  • Gyrid Nordal Kaldestad

    Gyrid Nordal Kaldestad

    Gyrid Nordal Kaldestad (b.1978) is from the island of Stord on the west coast of Norway, and lives now in Oslo. Her background is in improvisation and electro-acoustic music, working with voice / song, live electronics, field recording and text writing for use ins songs and installations. »Read more

  • Joni Mok

    Joni Mok

    Joni is a multidisciplinary designer, musician and photographer with a music performance and design research background. »Read more

  • Juno Jensen

    Juno Jensen

    Juno Jensen is a Norwegian composer, producer, singer and songwriter from Fredrikstad, currently residing and working in Oslo. »Read more

  • Karolina Jawad

    Karolina Jawad

    Karolina Jawad joined WoNoMute (since 2018) through the Music, Communication and Technology Master's programme at NTNU/UiO. Currently based in Berlin, Karolina continues to contribute remotely to making underrepresented biographies in music technology more visible. She is interested in exploring musical intersections for their political, social and aesthetic implications. »Read more

  • Kristin Norderval

    Kristin Norderval

    Kristin Norderval is a composer, singer and improviser who has specialized in developing new works for voice and interactive technology. Her first full-length opera - The Trials of Patricia Isasa on a libretto by Naomi Wallace - was scored for six soloists, tango orchestra and electronics. It premiered at the Monument National Theater in Montreal in May, 2016, in a Chants Libres production with Norderval singing one of the lead roles. »Read more

  • Mari Lesteberg

    Mari Lesteberg

    Mari Lesteberg is a vocalist, keyboard player, composer and producer, located in Oslo. Mari finished her bachelor degree in Musicology from the University of Oslo in 2018. From autumn 2018 she attended the master programme Music, Communication and Technology at UiO/NTNU. In addition to her master studies, Mari composes music and is a member of two progressive rock bands. »Read more

  • Marije Baalman

    Marije Baalman

    Marije Baalman is an artist and researcher/developer working in the field of interactive sound art. She worked as a hardware engineer at STEIM between 2011 and 2016. Since 2010 she works as a freelance artist and developer from Amsterdam. Her current research goes into the use of wireless networks for live performance, installations and interactive environments. »Read more

  • Miranda Moen

    Miranda Moen

    Miranda Moen is a master student of Equality and Diversity at the NTNU institute of interdisciplinary culture studies. Her thesis studies newer discourses of inclusion and diversity in the arts sector, and how the understanding of disability in the Norwegian society coincide with these discourses. »Read more

  • Natasha Barrett

    Natasha Barrett

    Natasha Barrett is a composer of acousmatic and live electroacoustic concert works, sound and multi-media installations, and interactive music. She is a leading voice in the new wave of artists working with ambisonics, 3-D sound, and its contemporary music context. »Read more

  • Pamela Z

    Pamela Z

    Pamela Z is a composer/performer and media artist who makes solo works combining a wide range of vocal techniques with electronic processing, samples, gesture activated MIDI controllers, and video. She is based in San Fransisco/New York and has toured extensively throughout the US, Europe, and Japan. »Read more

  • Signe Tolbøll

    Signe Tolbøll

    Signe Tolbøll composes experimental electronic music and noise under her moniker sihtx. Her works and compositions has always been centered in exploring field recordings and everyday object’s musicality through technology and synthesis. »Read more

  • Sofia Dahl

    Sofia Dahl

    Sofia Dahl holds a PhD in Speech and Music communication from KTH, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden.She is associate professor at Aalborg University, campus Copenhagen and has been Visiting Associate Professor in Embodied Music Cognition at University of Oslo. With a background from electrical engineering and musicology, Dahl’s research interests relate to how we produce, perceive and communicate with music with a focus on rhythmic movement and emotional communication. »Read more

  • Tami Gadir

    Tami Gadir

    Tami Gadir is a researcher and lecturer in music industry at the School of Media and Communication at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. Gadir was a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Oslo from 2015 to 2018, and holds a PhD from the University of Edinburgh, where she worked under the supervision of Simon Frith. Gadir has a background in classical piano performance and composition. »Read more

  • Tejaswinee Kelkar

    Tejaswinee Kelkar

    Tejaswinee Kelkar is a phd student with the RITMO center of excellence at University of Oslo, writing her thesis about the analysis of melody and body movement. She have a masters degree in computer science. As a singer and a harmonium player, she has trained in north indian classical music, western classical composition, and is interested in improvisation and jazz. »Read more

  • Tone Åse

    Tone Åse

    Working with electronic voice-sound and acoustic voice sound, Tone Åse interacts with her fellow musicians both as a singer and as a soundmaker, stretching the instrumental capabilities of the voice and the live electronics in the improvised interplay. Her work is very much developed through her collaborations, with her trio BOL, her duo Voxpheria, and a range of other projects. »Read more

  • Ximena Alarcón

    Ximena Alarcón

    Ximena Alarcón is a sound artist researcher interested in listening to interstices such as dreams, underground public transport, and the migratory context. Her research focuses on the creation of sonic telematic performances using Deep Listening , telematic improvisation, and interfaces for relational listening. »Read more