Theresa Wong is a composer, cellist and vocalist active at the intersection of music, experimentation, improvisation and the synergy of multiple disciplines. Following inquisitive paths into song forms, video, just intonation, movement and visual media, her works include As We Breathe, an installed song commissioned by Long Beach Opera for the 2020 Songbook, She Dances Naked Under Palm Trees, commissioned by pianist Sarah Cahill for The Future Is Female project, and Harbors, co-composed with Long String Instrument inventor Ellen Fullman and chosen as one of Wire Magazine’s top 50 releases of 2020. Her multi-media piece, The Unlearning (Tzadik), 21 songs for violin, cello and 2 voices inspired by Goya’s Disasters of War etchings premiered in 2013 at Roulette in Brooklyn and was also presented at the 2016 New Frequencies Festival at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. Her commissions include works for San Francisco Girl’s Chorus, Splinter Reeds, Vajra Voices, and Del Sol string quartet. In 2018, Wong founded fo’c’sle, a record label dedicated to adventurous music from the Bay Area and beyond. She collaborates with many singular artists, including Fred Frith, Luciano Chessa, Annie Lewandowski, Chris Brown, Frantz Loriot, John McCowen, Carla Kihlstedt, and filmmaker Daria Martin. She has shared her work internationally at venues including Fondation Cartier in Paris, Cafe Oto in London, Festival de Arte y Ópera Contemporánea in Morelia, Mexico, The Stone in New York City and Centennial Hall in Sydney. She currently works and resides in the San Francisco Bay Area.