Marie Guilleray (1978) is a French vocalist, improviser and sound artist. She performs mainly in the context of improvised, experimental and electronic music. Her work focuses on free improvisation, the development of vocal extended techniques, the combination of voice and electronics. As a composer, she is focusing on electronic music for fixed media and live electronics.
She is a member of several ensembles such as Royal Improvisers Orchestra, MGBG, and she collaborates on various experimental, improvised and electronic music projects. Marie is currently a Research Associates at the Institute of Sonology in The Hague and she is the currator of the monthly experimental music series Ephémère at Studio Loos - Loos Foundation (The Netherlands).
Marie graduated with a Bachelor degree in Music specialized in singing. In parallel to her vocal studies, she had the opportunity to study composition, electronic music, and to develop as an improviser and a performer of contemporary music. In June 2012 she completed a Masters Degree in Electronic Music Composition at the Institute of Sonology - Royal Conservatory of music in The Hague, where she researched about the combination of voice and electronics under the supervision of Richard Barrett, Kees Tazelaar and Paul Berg.