Adele Etheridge Woodson

Adele Etheridge Woodson is a classically trained film and visual media composer. As a film composer, her strengths lie in her versatility and her creativity in fusing music genres. Notably, Adele scored Pant Hoot, a documentary featuring Dr. Jane Goodall, for which she was nominated for Best Original Score at the International Sound and Film Music Festival 2020.

Adele’s compositional work also includes original dance shows and sound installations, but her most impressive feat may be her concert premieres in Vienna, New York City, Phoenix, Cleveland, and Nashville. As of 2023, Adele is working on a post-classical, ambient EP to release under Camarata Records.

In addition to her own composing work, Adele served as a score coordinator for TOKiMONSTA’s score for Nora from Queens on Comedy Central and worked with Emily Bear on multiple television projects, including the Emmy-winning PBS documentary Life Centered. Adele also arranges, orchestrates, and produces for artists around the world, including BAFTA-nominated composer Ilan Eshkeri, where she arranged the Stardust film score for piano trio at a 2023 awards ceremony honoring author Neil Gaiman. Adele also regularly works as the composer for the contemporary dance company Kraken Still & Film.

Adele currently resides in London, England.