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Solomiya Moroz

Solomiya Moroz is a Canadian-Ukrainian musician, pursuing a PhD in music composition at the University of Huddersfield. She has a Master’s degree in Live Electronics from the Conservatory of Amsterdam where she became engaged with hybrid forms of sound in electronic and instrumental music, as well as media arts. Her work tends to progress towards the expansion of music specific medium and the role of the musicians within them. She has participated in Takt Berlin Artists residency, Omi International Musicians residency in New York, and Banff Centre Creative Residency.  She has also performed her music in Canada, UK, US, and Europe. Her projects and research have been supported by Canada Council for the Arts and Fonds Québécois de la Recherche sur la Société et Culture.

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