Directory of Members

Maria Alfonsine

Wakefield (2020) - Television Series

Akoni (2019) - Feature Film

American Express (2019) - TVC

Black Comedy (2018) - Television Series - Additional Music

Sisters (2018) - Web Series

Cosmic Dancer (2018) - Short Film

Pulse (2017) - Television Series - Additional Music

Stockland Christmas Campaign (2017) - TVC

Too Pretty To Be Witty (2017) – Web-series

Without Consent (2016) - Documentary Short Film


Stage & Screen Composer/Lyricist Maria Alfonsine’s focus is always; "It's all about the story”, and she provides an intriguing place for her audience to escape across genres such as jazz, folk-pop, screen music, musical theatre and experimental contemporary styles. By turns playful and reflective, she finds inspiration in everyday life, the inequalities of the world and the force of nature, and through her art she wishes to communicate awareness, insight and courage. When not working with traditional instruments, she uses her voice and body to create organic soundscapes full of observations. Maria graduated from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music with a First Class Honours and is a three times recipient of the Best Composer Award from the Sydney Film School. Maria is currently the Musical Director and Co-composer together with Caitlin Yeo for the ABC drama series “Wakefield”, as well as teaching Composition for Creative Industries at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

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