Alice Hebborn was born in 1990 in Brussels, where she currently lives. She studied composition with Claude Ledoux, Gilles Gobert and Geoffrey François at the Conservatory of Mons / ARTS2. . In her instrumental compositions, she is taking her inspiration from the observation of nature. She seeks a flexible and inclusive writing, leaving a creative place for the performers. Alice Hebborn likes to connect her work to the visual and living arts. In 2013, she co-founded the Une Tribu collectif, with which she directed puppetry and object theater creations, including "La Course", "Blizzard", and the current creations "La Brèche" and "Au pied des montagnes" .
Prize of the Province of Liège for a Young Company at the Rencontres de Huy 2017 and Prize of the Young Jury at the 2017 Emulation Festival for the show "La Course"; Prize of the Minister of Culture at the Rencontres de Huy 2018 for the show "Blizzard”; Prize of the University of Montréal for the play "Ce qui s’écoule" prepared piano and soprano saxophone; Prize of André Souris Award from the Composers Forum.