Caroline Bordignon is a Manchester based Canadian fine artist and musician working in a variety of mediums including oil, water colour, acrylic, graphite, and mixed-media in correlation with musical composition. She seeks to explore aspects of colour, space, time and ways in which these interrelate through visual and musical expression. Her greatest artistic pursuit besides more traditional practice is to create visual and musical works together with the objective of establishing single, yet varied and complimentary art forms.
Her works have been performed in Canada and internationally and she is currently a composer on the 2019/2020 LSO Panufnik Scheme. She has participated in masterclasses with artists such as the BBC Singers lead by Judith Weir, Psappha, Eleanor Alberga, Margaret Schedel, Anders Hillborg and Deborah Pritchard.
Caroline is a PhD Candidate in composition at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, UK with Adam Gorb and Laura Bowler. She completed her Masters of Music in Composition at the RNCM under the tutelage of Adam Gorb and Gary Carpenter where she was generously supported as a Stanley Picker Trust Scholar as well as a recipient of the Waverley Fund. She completed her Honours Bachelor of Arts in Music and Fine Art at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.