Trained as an architect and orchestral contrabassist, Roxanne Nesbitt is an interdisciplinary artist, exploring the space between sound and design. Her research includes sound art, contemporary classical composition, experimental instrument design, electroacoustic music, improvisation, and performance.
Roxanne collaborates with musicians, dancers and choreographers as a performer and composer. She has premiered new compositions at the Western Front, and PUSH festival in Vancouver, Array Space in Toronto, and the Banff Centre for the Arts, to name a few. Roxanne also fronts her own band, graftician as vocalist /noise maker. She is a member of the improvised duo, why choir alongside Juno-award winning drummer Ben Brown.
She is currently researching acoustic instrument design in Berlin and looks forward to a residency at the prestigious European Keramic Work Centre in the Netherlands in the spring of 2020.