lucie nezri is a composer, artist, and performer born in Hyères (FR) and currently based between Den Haag (NL) and Berlin (DE).
nezri is drawn toward abstraction and simplicity. her work bridges different contexts and disciplines pertaining to musical composition, tuning theory, computer science, and, at times, choreography. she enjoys exploring probabilistic methods of composition in a diversity of ways, from pieces for computer and classical instrumentation, to fixed media, multichannel compositions, and dance performances.
she holds a Bachelor's and a Master's from the Institute of Sonology (Royal Conservatory of the Hague NL). her works have been performed in a diversity of venues such as OSCII (Amsterdam), GRM (Paris), Orgelpark (Amsterdam), Abbaye de Royaumont (Paris), GMEA (Albi), Studio Loos, (Den Haag), PAS (Berlin).
nezri considers music primarily as an experience to be shared. this idea influences her way of composing her pieces as invitations to 'play' and dedicated to significant others. additionally, nezri enjoys curating and organizing events around music like concerts, lectures or screening sessions, sometimes for educational purposes, sometimes in intimate and/or not-too-conventional settings. following her long-standing practice of making experimental music mixtapes under the alias fascia lata, nezri launched the first release of her small independent label dedicated to experimental music dis ce que in 2022.
from September 2022 until June 2023, nezri will be a research associate at the Institute of Sonology and assist/collaborate with the composer Michael Winter, co-curating musical projects and events.