Deborah Walker is a new music performer and improviser based in Paris. She is interested in multiple forms of music creation related to the exploration of sound and interaction with other art forms. In 2007 she became a member of Dedalus, a variable experimental and contemporary music ensemble, which has collaborated, among others, with Tom Johnson, Christian Wolff, Antoine Beuger, Jürg Frey, Sébastien Roux.
Since 2008 Deborah has worked with Pascale Criton, a French composer involved in microtonal experimentation and the use of various scordaturas with micro-intervals. Recently she has recorded different compositions, from solo to ensemble, for the CD “Pascale Criton - Infra”, released by the French label Potlatch.
In 2012 she started a long-term collaboration with Eliane Radigue, a French pioneer of electronic music, who is now focusing on works for acoustic instruments. Deborah plays regularly with the violinist Silvia Tarozzi. Together they have premiered works by Eliane Radigue, Pascale Criton, Tim Parkinson, Philip Corner, in Europe and the US. Deborah Walker is currently working on a PhD about Fluxus performances and editions in Italy at the Universities of Lorraine and Bologna with a focus on the activity of the American Avant-garde cellist Charlotte Moorman.