Chrysoulla Markoulli is a Sydney-based award-winning screen and theatre composer. She graduated with a Bachelor of Music (Honours)/Bachelor of Education from the University of New South Wales, receiving First Class Honours in Composition. She has worked with the Sydney theatre companies - Belvoir, Australian Theatre for Young People, Griffin Theatre Company, White Box Theatre, New Ghosts Theatre Company, Aya Productions and Millstone Productions - to compose the music for the stage productions: LIGHTS IN THE PARK (2021), DEAD SKIN (2021), JALI (2021), MY BRILLIANT CAREER (2020), IPHIGENIA IN SPLOTT (2020), INTERSECTION 2019 - ARRIVAL (2019), YEN (2018), IMPENDING EVERYONE (2018), MOTH (2017), OEDIPUS DOESN'T LIVE HERE ANYMORE (2017) and FIGHT WITH ALL YOUR MIGHT THE ZOMBIES OF TONIGHT (2016). Short film credits include ARACOURT Studio’s CNUT (2020), Jean-David Le Goullon's BARNACLE FACE (2020) and Mohamed Mebarek's THE SHOT (2019). Chrysoulla’s music has been played in the Sydney Opera House, Art Gallery of NSW and Perth Concert Hall and has been acknowledged in several competitions including the ScoreLive Competition (2020 Runner-up), Glories of the Score Student Screen Music Competition (2018 Winner), and Artology Fanfare Competition (2016 Winner). Chrysoulla's composition FLUID (2021) was recently featured on the JUXTA project (2021), by Felix Cross and Katrina Douglas, and is currently collaborating on Ratcatch Theatre's THE LINDEN SOLUTION (2021), Miss The Mark Productions' MARY (2021) and Alan Fang's WHAT WILL THE FATHER THINK? (2021).