Solomiya Moroz is a Canadian-Ukrainian composer-performer based in the UK. She has a PhD in music composition from the University of Huddersfield and a Master’s in Live Electronics from the Conservatory of Amsterdam. During her studies, she became engaged with hybrid forms of sound in electronic and instrumental music. Her work can be anchored within the expanded field of chamber music. This field embraces not only notated music but also electronics and has a strong focus on physical gestures and interdisciplinarity. Her music compositions have been presented as part of Gaudeamus Muziekweek, Darmstadt International Summer Course for New Music, Contrasts International Contemporary Music Festival in Lviv, Ukraine, Electric Spring Festival in Huddersfield, UK, Takt Berlin Artists residency, Omi International Musicians residency in New York, and Banff Centre Creative residency. Also, she has performed and presented her collaborative and interdisciplinary work at Amsterdam Fringe Festival, Zone Homa festival in Montreal, Canada with the dance group Les Filles Föllen, Htmlles Feminist Festival of Media Arts and Digital Culture in Montreal, and at The Month of Performance Art Festival in Berlin. As a flautist, she has performed in a duo Electric Noise and with Thin Edge New Music Collective at Cluster Festival of New Music and Integrated Arts in Winnipeg, Canada, Impulse Academy for Contemporary Music in Graz, Austria, and at Acanthes Festival, in Metz, France. Recent premiers of her compositions have been performed by Ensemble Apparat, accordionist Teodoro Anzellotti, Quasar saxophone quartet, Bozzini string quartet and accordion duo XAMP. She is a recipient of grants from the Canada Council for the Arts and Fonds Québécois de la Recherche sur la Société et Culture for her research into interdisciplinary and gestural composition at the University of Huddersfield.