Nicole Robson (b. 1987) is a musician and sound artist based in London and Deal, in Kent. Her work encompasses the fields of musical composition, creative coding and live performance. 

Currently exploring the embodiment of sound in physical and virtual sites, Nicole composes site-specific music that inhabits both architectural spaces and web-based installations. 

Nicole enjoys working on community-focused, public art and heritage projects, frequently collaborating with Olivia Bellas of ScreenDeep. Current projects include Sonic Notes, documenting the sounds of people and spaces at two London hospitals, to culminate in an audio artwork for the new facility, opening in 2019. 

As a classically trained cellist and multi-instrumentalist, Nicole is an experienced performer and has played at concert halls and music festivals around the world, on television programmes such as Later... with Jools Holland and live for BBC radio 1, 2, 3 and 6 Music. 
For six years she was a member of baroque-pop ensemble The Irrepressibles and toured The Haunted Man album with Bat for Lashes, notably supporting Depeche Mode in America. Nicole sings and plays keyboards with Stats, whose second album ‘Other People’s Lives’ was released by Memphis Industries in 2019. 

Nicole hold a masters degree in Sonic Arts from Goldsmiths College and is currently a PhD candidate in Media and Arts Technology at Queen Mary University of London.