Vasiliki Krimitza (b. August 27, 1989, Athens) was introduced to music in her early childhood and exposed to a diversity of cultures through singing byzantine music and playing the piano, flute and tambouras.

Her works have been performed in concerts in USA, Austria, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Albania, in Festivals such as the Ultraschall Festival in Berlin, the Darmstaedter Ferienkurse fuer Neue Musik in Darmstadt, June in Buffalo, Next Generation concerts in ZKM Karlsruhe, Acht Bruecken Festival in Cologne, SICPP in Boston, IMPULS Festival in Sachsen Anhalt, Aspekte Festival Salzburg, Dialoge Festival Salzburg, by the Grammy Award winners of Los Angeles Percussion Quartet, Talea ensemble, ICE, Da Capo Chamber Players, OENM, MACE, ensemble Signal, members of the Bavarian Opera Orchestra, MAM. Manufaktur für aktuelle Musik, NAMES, Cory Smythe, Eduard Brunner, Cecilio Perera, Carlos Cordeiro and others and have been broadcasted by BR Klassik, WDR 3, rbb Kultur and DLF Kultur in Germany, ORF in Austria and Radio Nacional Argentina.

Vasiliki has been invited to talk about her music in symposiums, master classes and seminars in USA, Germany, France and Austria. She has been finalist and winner of awards and composition competitions, among others, Dimitris Dragatakis Composition Competition (2014) Athens, Franz Liszt Scholarship (2014) Weimar, Musikstipendium der Landeshauptstadt Muenchen (2015) Munich, Next Wave LAPQ Composer Initiative (2016) Los Angeles, League of Composers/ISCM Composition Competition (2017) New York, Acht Bruecken Composition Competition (2018) Cologne, Kulturstiftung des Bundes Grant (2020). She got commissions for new works among others from the Los Angeles Percussion Quartet, Acht Bruecken Festival, the City of Munich, FSMA Strasbourg, Salzburg Museum, Hofhaymer Gesellschaft Salzburg, Aspekte Festival, Dialoge Festival, IMPULS Festival Sachsen Anhalt.

Vasiliki studied composition with Adriana Hölszky at the University Mozarteum Salzburg in Austria from 2008 and graduated bachelor with honors in 2011. In 2012-13, she studied as an Erasmus fellow with Wolfgang Rihm in Karlsruhe and in 2013-14 with Tristan Murail at Mozarteum, graduating master of composition in 2014. She is currently a PhD candidate in composition at the New York University, GSAS with Louis Karchin. She has received important musical stimuli from David Felder, David Fulmer, Elizabeth Hoffman, Minas Borboudakis and Giorgos Kyriakakis. Additionally, she has participated in numerous master classes and composition seminars with B. Ferneyhough, L. Liang, M. Finnissy, H. Thomalla, I. Mundry, M. Spahlinger, St. Reich, B. Furrer, Kl. Huber, P. Ablinger, Cl. Gadenstätter, A. Schlünz, F. Nieder and others. She also participated in the Donaueschinger Musiktagen Next Generation program 2011, the Darmstädter Ferienkurse für Neue Musik 2012, the Franz Liszt master classes 2014 Weimar, the IMPULS Festival 2016 master classes, the June in Buffalo master classes and the Summer Institute for Contemporary Performance and Practice 2019 in Boston.