Hayley Suviste (b.1996) is a sound artist and acousmatic composer based in Manchester, UK. Hayley is currently undertaking a masters in Electroacoustic Composition at NOVARS sound research-centre (University of Manchester). Her music focuses on the exploration of space, memory and narrative in acousmatic music – transforming field recordings, oral histories and archival sounds into immersive compositions.
Hayley also works collaboratively around Manchester, having taken part in residencies with: Push:Music, Both Sides Now (with Fatima Al Qadiri) and The Noise Orchestra. In these residencies she has worked alongside other emerging electronic musicians to create live-sets that fuse electroacoustic composition, modular synthesis, laptop music and visual art that have been performed at venues across Manchester.
Hayley’s music has been played around Europe at festivals and sound conferences, including Matera Intermedia Festival (Matera, Italy), Festival DME, Sustainable Cities Symposium (Libson, Portugal), BEAST FEaST (Birmingham, UK), MANTIS (Manchester, UK), Mixtape: International Women's Day (Dundalk, Ireland), MUSLAB x I K L E C T I K (London, UK), EASTN-DC (Manchester, UK), New Music North West (Manchester, UK) & MUSICA (Manchester, UK).