Elisabeth Klinck (born 1995) studied violin at Luca School of Arts Leuven, Royal Conservatory in Brussels and University of Gotëborg. Since 2019 she has been studying 'live electronics' at the Royal Conservatory in Brussels and working as a freelance (viola) violinist.
Klinck currently works mainly on her own music and creations, characterised by frugality and a sense of poetry. She also makes music for theatre performances (The Importance of beeing Flemisch, Nachtzwemmen, Bambiraptor) and is co-founder of the contemporary music ensemble Nemø.
Klinck has performed solo sets in concert hall AB, at KRAAK Festival, in the Miry Concert Hall, and so on. She is active in the classical, electronic and experimental scene, and is currently working on her solo debut.
From the 2022-2023 season, Klinck can be seen in the NTGent-performance ONE SONG - Histoire(s) du Théâtre IV by director Miet Warlop.
-- update July 2022