Kristine Tjøgersen (*1982 in Oslo, Norway) studied composition with prof. Carola Bauckholt at the Anton Bruckner Universität in Linz, Austria, and clarinet with prof. Hans Christian Bræin at the Norwegian Academy of Music, Oslo. Her works have been performed by a.o. Arditti Quartet (UK), Ensemble Recherche (DE), Ensemble Aventure (DE), Plus-Minus Ensemble (UK), Stavanger Symphony Orchestra, asamisimasa, Ensemble neoN, BIT-20, Tøyen Fil og Klafferi, Oslo Sinfonietta, Pinquins (N), Bruckner Orchester Linz (AT), El Perro Andaluz (DE,), YXUS (ES) and Mimitabu (SE) at festivals like ECLAT, Musik21 (DE), ISCM (world music days), KLANG (DK), Borealis (NO), Cycle Festival (IS), Only Connect festival (NO), Music@VillaRomana (IT), Ultima festival (NO), Nordic Music Days (FI) and North Atlantic Flux (UK).
In 2018 she was representing Norway at Rostrum for composers in Hungary, and in 2019/2020 she has a fellowship at the Akademie der Künste in Berlin.

She plays clarinet in the award winning ensembles asamisimasa, Ensemble neoN and Tøyen Fil og Klafferi, and has performed at most of the major European new music festivals. Tjøgersen has a special interest for music that combines sound and visuals and investigates and explores how they interact with each other.