Alice Chance is a sought-after composer, conductor, singer, artist, arranger, writer and aspiring French teacher. She is fortunate enough to work with all kinds of musicians and artists spanning contemporary classical music, choral music, musical theatre, theatre, and sound art. Her music often has a twist of playfulness, and it’s very important to her that listeners and performers feel welcome within it. You can often find Alice asking audiences contribute to her music with their phones, voices, imaginations, or all three.She is a three-time finalist in the APRA AMC Art Music Awards in the category of Vocal/Choral work of the year, and was a recipient of funding from both Create NSW the Art Music Fund in 2021 for her upcoming work Heirloom with Rubiks Collective. Alice is also the vocal arranger and original music director of the musical FANGIRLS, and you may have spotted her in the Netflix documentary Wide Open Sky.Alice grew up on the lands of the Darug people and those of the Eora Nation in Sydney, Australia, where she has worked with many of the country’s most dynamic ensembles including the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Ensemble Offspring, Gondwana Choirs, Gondwana National Indigenous Children’s Choir, Gerib Sik Torres Strait Islanders Corporation, the Australian String Quartet, The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, The Enigma Quartet, The Acacia Quartet, The Song Company, Musica Viva, Ella Hooper (Killing Heidi), Moorambilla Voices, Sydney Youth Orchestras, Adelaide Chamber Singers, Luminescence Chamber Singers, Willoughby Symphony and the Barangaroo Delivery Authority.Alice’s works are performed in concert halls (Sydney Opera House, The Kennedy Centre, City Recital Hall, Angel Place), and cathedrals (St Mary’s Cathedral Sydney, Stanford Memorial Church California, Trinity Church Wall St New York City.) But her music is also performed in auditoriums, paddocks, and showers all around Australia. She graduated with First Class Honours from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music where she studied with Dr Paul Stanhope, Dr Anne Boyd, and Dr Daniel Yeadon. She is currently based in Paris where she is studying a masters in composition with Régis Campo at l’École Normale de Musique de Paris–Alfred Cortot and l’Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin.