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Dr Claudia Molitor

Lecturer in Music

School of Arts and Social Sciences, Department of Music

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ALG15b, College Building


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City, University of London
Northampton Square
United Kingdom



Claudia Molitor is a composer, artist and performer whose work draws on traditions of music and sound art but also extends to video, performance and fine art practices. Exploring the relationships between listening and seeing as well as embracing collaboration as compositional practice is central to this work.

Her work is regularly commissioned, performed and broadcast throughout Europe, working for example with festivals such as Wien Modern, hcmf//, Spor, BBC Proms and Sonica as well as organisations such as Tate Britain, NMC Recordings and the Science Museum. Recent work includes Sonorama with Electra Productions, Turner Contemporary and the British Library, Vast White Stillness for Spitalfields Festival and Brighton Festival and The Singing Bridge, installed at Somerset House during Totally Thames 2016.


Research Interests

Composition and sound art

Expanded notation

Interdisciplinary practices

Collaborative practices

Phenomenology of Listening



  1. Molitor, C. (2015). Sonorama: Listening to the view from the train. Uniformbooks. ISBN 978-1-910010-03-7.

Compositions (4)

  1. Molitor, C. (2016). Walking with Partch.
  2. Molitor, C. (2016). The Singing Bridge.
  3. Molitor, C. (2015). Sonorama. (App)
  4. Molitor, C. (2014). Vast White Stillness.

Exhibitions (2)

  1. Molitor, C. (2016). The Singing Bridge. September, Somerset House and Waterloo Bridge.
  2. Molitor, C. (2015). Sonorama. Jun 2015 – Nov 2015, Turner Contemporary and SouthEast Rail.

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