Felicity Wilcox is a Lecturer in Music and Sound Design at University of Technology Sydney. She is an interdisciplinary composer whose output encompasses concert music, film music, songwriting and improvisation, music for theatre, installation, live events, dance and radio. She has received many commissions for concert works from Australia's leading chamber ensembles and international festivals including The Australia Ensemble, Ensemble Offspring, Ironwood, The Song Company, Sydney Festival, and Vivid Sydney. Under the alias Felicity Fox, she has worked extensively as a composer and music director, with a highlight being her role as Assistant Music Director and Composer for the Paralympic Games opening Ceremony in Sydney 2000. She has composed, recorded and produced the soundtracks to over 60 productions for film and television, and has received multiple ARIA, AFI and APRA/AGSC awards and nominations for her scores.
Felicity writes about music for multimedia, with a particular focus on diversity and gender in music. She has published on the film music of A. R. Rahman and the 'absolute' music of Ennio Morricone. Her latest book, 'Women's Music for the Screen- Diverse Narratives in Sound' - the first international publication on the screen music of female-identifying composers - will be published soon with Routledge.