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Stephanie Singer

Bittersuite

Stephanie is a British composer and creative director of BitterSuite - a music experience company transforming live gigs into multi sensory experiences. Her work has featured at venues including Brooklyn Academy of Music, Royal Opera House, roundhouse and in worldwide press including Vice, Smithsonian, BBC, Guardian and TedX. She also is associate lecturer in music as experience design at university of the arts, London. Stephanie was the British Council musician in residence in Russia, 2020 where she produced pop- electronica experience New Symmetry, which showcased at Different Ever After Festival, Moscow and the Yeltsin Centre, Yekaterinburg. In 2021, Royal Opera House (ROH) and National Ballet of Canada (NBoC) commissioned Stephanie to collaborate with Canadian digital tech innovators SIRT to develop avatar Violet Disruption. Violet Disruption recently won the Beyond Opera award and the team will now collaborate with Finnish Opera House, Assembly Festival, and Block9 leading to her main stage debut October 2022-January 2023. Other credits include the score for immersive synth based disco horror installation 'Samuel' (The Tank), the score for immersive ballet by the New York City Ballet 'The Moth', original musical 'Simon and His Shoes', creative direction and orchestral composition for BitterSuite’s audio experience HELD.