Claudia Jane Scroccaro is an American-Italian composer born in Paris and currently living in Stuttgart, Germany. Her music reflects deep interests towards processes derived from electronic music as well as 'non-Western' music traditions and has been performed in Germany, France, UK, Italy, Lithuania, Australia and USA. She has been composer in residence for the Music Innovation and Science Centre in Vilnius and for the Druskinikai Artist Residence in Lithuania and for the Thüringer Symphoniker Saalfeld-Rudolstadt, as part of the 'Carte Blanche' Programme. Claudia Jane is currently pursuing the Master in Composition at Stuttgart's HMdK with Marco Stroppa, for which she has been awarded the DAAD Scholarship for Foreign Graduates in the Field of Music 2018/1019. She has previously studied with Luigi Verdi at “Santa Cecilia” Conservatory of Music in Rome and has attended master courses held by Philippe Leroux, Franck Bedrossian and Nicolas Tzortzis.