Chloe Knibbs graduated from the University of Manchester with a first-class degree in 2014, after specialising in composition with Professor Philip Grange. She has participated in a number of music festivals, receiving a bursary to attend the Composition Course at the Magnus Festival 2013 in Orkney and the Song-writing Course at the Dartington Summer School Festival 2013.
Her music has been performed by the Quator Danel, as part of the MUMS Chamber Festival, by members of Manchester University Chamber Orchestra, and by the contemporary music ensemble Vaganza.
She is keen to promote composition through education projects, having worked with the Bridgewater Hall in Manchester, Halle Education, Zion Arts, Oxford Lieder, Kissing it Better and the WAM Foundation in India. She has recently finished working with the Riot Ensemble, through the Sound and Music Portfolio scheme, on a chamber piece that features the accordionist Rafal Luc and looks forward to starting her Masters in Composition at the Birmingham Conservatoire.