This site showcases both Bonnie Schwarz as an independent multidisciplinary artist and her indie-folk band 'Good Habits'.
About Bonnie Schwarz
Bonnie a multi-disciplinary artist from Dorset with a holistic musical and theatrical background.
Her work explores the importance of sound and music in art and theatre, creating material that is collaborative, interdisciplinary and often multimedia.
Bonnie graduated from the University of Manchester with First Class Honours in Music and Drama, receiving the Hargreaves Fund Prize for Composition. In her final year, she specialised in Composition, Sound Design, and Theatre in Prisons.
Upon graduating she joined 'The Wishing Well' on the Cello for their European tour July-October 2019.
Based in Manchester, Bonnie works as a freelance music artist: Composer, Singer-Cellist and Sound Designer. Her work includes productions and screenings at Battersea Arts Centre (London), Contact Theatre, Royal Exchange Theatre, HOME Cinema (Manchester); collaborations with Manchester poets including Keisha Thompson and Roma Havers; and as a frequent recording artist with HQ studios.
Bonnie is also singer-cellist and songwriter of indie-folk band 'Good Habits'. The band gear their work towards collaborations and perform regularly across Manchester, and will be touring New Zealand January-March 2020.