Following her Master's qualification with high distinction in Composition in 2014 at the Royal Conservatory of Liège (BE), Alithéa Ripoll is teaching as an assistant there in turn. Recently, she started a Mus.D. in Composition and Sound Creation with Ana Sokolović at the University of Montreal.
Fueled by the interdisciplinary approach, she develops various projects by collaborating with many artists. Nearly sixty compositions have been created, mainly as a result of commissions from chamber music ensembles such as Musiques Nouvelles (BE), Tana (FR), Laps (BE), Hopper (BE), Paramirabo (QC), Sepia (PL), Trio Spilliaert (BE), Fractales (BE)... and then Radio France - as well as from many other non-musical artists. She has performed at several Belgian and international festivals in the Netherlands, France, Czech Republic, Poland, Spain, Chile and Quebec.
She received the André Souris Prize in 2015 and the Pousseur Prize in 2020. Through the UdeM, she obtained a residency with the ensembles Sixtrum, Evergreen Club Contemporary Gamelan at the end of 2021 and a reading by NEM in 2022. Many new commissions are in the works.