Klinger began composing music as a child and was fronting her first band by the age of 12. She has since appeared with numerous rock, blues and jazz ensembles across her native Israel, and in special performances in New York City – handling vocals as well as lead guitar, bass, piano, harmonica and flute.
At 15, Klinger began an apprenticeship at an independent recording studio and was soon producing and engineering albums for other musicians. She is credited as producer and guitarist for Billboard Music Award-winner Daniel Dworsky’s album “Stubborn Naiveté” and “Sunshine & Butterflies” for Israeli recording artist Mayaj. She earned her first film credits when she was 19, producing and engineering the musical score for the feature documentary “State of Suspension,” by Benny Bruner.
Later on, along with Dworsky, Klinger co-composed and recorded the music for Brunner’s “The Great Book Robbery” documentary film. From there, Klinger went on to compose, record and mix the score for “Almost Paris”, a feature film directed by Domenica Cameron-Scorsese, which premiered at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival.
After transferring from Berklee College of Music, Klinger went on to complete her studies at the City University of New York, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.A. in music and a concentration in the Sonic Arts in 2018.
Since graduating, Klinger has been composing and sound mixing award winning films, working with established filmmakers as well as with up and coming filmmakers. Her recent work was featured on National Geographic, Al-Jazeera and the Tribeca Film Festival.