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Tine Surel Lange (b. 1989) is a Norwegian composer, artist, and researcher – based in the arctic Lofoten Islands, Norway – working with the surrounding world both thematic and as material and her works range from experimental chamber music to electro-acoustic pieces (live electronics, soundscape composition, installation, ambisonics) to performances and audiovisual works. She has also done music for several theatre and dance performances. She belongs to a new generation of artists and composers who work with 3D audio, immersive and surrounding sound. She is engaged in listening aesthetics and our psychological categorization of sound. Her hope is to create increased empathy in our surroundings through listening.


Member of the Visual Artists Association of Northern Norway (NNBK), the Norwegian Composer’s Society (NKF), and nyMusikks Komponistgruppe.

Previous and present expert committee member at Arts Council Norway.

Previous leader and present board member of nyMusikk Nordland and previous board member of UNM Norway.

Receiver of Sparebankstiftelsen Sparebank1 Nord-Norge’s talentstipend 2018, UngKunst stipend 2018 and Arts Council Norway’s Diverse­stipend for ny­utdannede kunstnere 2017.

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Surel Lange’s works have been presented in Europe, North America, and Asia. She’s been working with electro-acoustic compositions at institutions like CCRMA(US), EMS (SE), Notam (NO) and MISC (LT).

She has worked with musicians and ensembles like asamisimasa (NO), Alpaca Ensemble (NO), Chordos String Quartet (LT), Jakob BangsøLydenskab (DK), Marco Fusi (IT), MolOt (RU), Siggi String Quartet (IS), SISU Percussion Ensemble (NO), and Parallax (NO).

Her works and installations have been performed/presented at festivals like Arctic Art Festival (NO), Berlin International Guitar Festival(DE), Borealis (NO), Cellolyd (NO), DruskoManija (LT), Echofluxx (CZE), Glowing Electronics (SE), Lofoten Sound Art Symposium (NO), Nordic Music Days (DK/IS/FI/NO), Only Connect(NO), Svensk Musikvår (SE), The Symposium on Spatial Sound Arts (KOR), Ultima Oslo Contemporary Music Festival (NO), and UNM (SE/FI/NO).

Surel Lange has made sound for several dance performances: You might like me better if we sleep together and Until We Meet Again by choreographer/dancer Thomas Voll (NO), Is There by choreographer/dancer Thanh Chung Nguyen (VN) and choreographer/dancer Jun Boram (KR) with performances in South Korea and Singapore, and White String with choreographer/dancer Irina Demina (RU/DE) and tango guitarist Patricio Crom (AR) with performances in South Korea.

Surel Lange has had solo exhibitions at Arctic Arts Festival (NO), Lydgalleriet (NO), Galleri Ariblå (NO) and participated at group exhibitions in Norway and South Korea. 

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