Laure Boer


Laure Boer is a multi-instrumentalist based in Berlin. Her music is inspired by noise and
traditional folk music. Her performances are hypnotic improvisations around traditional
instruments, electroacoustic and DIY electronic objects, and sometimes a voice, singing or
reciting in her native French; a vibrant universe that is both vulnerable and brutal.
Laure has worked with Rabih Beaini (founder of Morphine Records) as a mentor (Amplify
Berlin mentorship program). In 2019, she is doing a residency in Manila/PH, organized by
CTM and Goethe Institut and is collaborating with Manila‘s experimental noise and electronic
scene. She plays at WSK Festival with the musician Auspicious Family with whom she
releases an album on the Chinabot label in 2020. In the fall of 2021, she does a three-month
artist residency at the Sound Art Lab in Denmark, an institution in the former Bang&Olufsen
factories dedicated entirely to sound art.
Laure Boer collaborates with different artists and musicians, amongst others Marie-Louise
Andersson, Luise Volkmann, Dj Die Soon. She played at Berlin Atonal, WSK Festival/PH,
the Dokumenta fifteen, at ARTE TV and toured Europe solo and in various duo and trio
constellations. In 2022, she plays in trio at the documenta in Kassel with Diane Barbé and
Kirstine Elisa Kjeldsen. Her music is published by the labels Kashual Plastik, Chinabot,
Otomatik Muziek, and has been featured on the compilation “Below the Radar” by The Wire
magazine, BBC Radio and NPR.