Arctic landscapes, surrounding sounds, mythologies, and sound choreography are some of the inspirations that shape the works by the Norwegian composer and interdisciplinary artist Tine Surel Lange (b. 1989, Vesterålen, Norway). Based in Lofoten, Northern Norway, her work is rooted in organic material – with a focus on listening, space, and how connotations color how we listen to and experience art. Lately, she has been focused on sound choreography, 3D sound, sounding objects, sound for scenic productions, and creating conceptual works for sound and image – fascinated by magical realism and the coming doom of the human race.
Member of the Visual Artists Association of Northern Norway (NNBK), the Norwegian Composer’s Society (NKF), and nyMusikks Komponistgruppe.
Previous and present expert committee member at Arts Council Norway.
Previous leader and present board member of nyMusikk Nordland, board member of the Norwegian Society of Composers and Kunstkvarteret, and previous board member of UNM Norway and nyMusikks Komponistgruppe.
Receiver of Statens Kunstnerstipend 2021-22 (postponed to 2022-21), Komponistenes vederlagsfond’s sfordypningsstipend 2021, Sparebankstiftelsen Sparebank1 Nord-Norge’s talentstipend 2018, UngKunst stipend 2018 and Arts Council Norway’s Diversestipend for nyutdannede kunstnere 2017. Selected participant in the KUPP program 2020.
2015/17 – Master in Music Performance Technology at The Norwegian Academy of Music
2016/17 – Exchange semester in Digital Composition at the Lithuanian Academy of Music
2013/15 – Bachelor in Composition at The Norwegian Academy of Music
2011/13 – Bachelor in Sound Design (part of my bachelor in composition) at Sonic College (DK)
2010/11 – Private viola da gamba studies with Paolo Pandolfo
2009/10 – Bachelor in viola da gamba (unfinished) at The Royal Music Academy of Denmark.