Sound colour and a fascination for unusual sounds, as well as the sensations these sounds evoke, are always points of departure for a composition. Increasingly a philosophical outlook plays a central role, especially in her works with theatrical elements.
She received commissions by festival November Music, the Netherlands Performing Arts Fund (Fonds Podiumkunsten), Muzieklab Brabant, production company Wintertuin and Intro in Situ, Maastricht. Her works have been performed at Transit Festival 20/21 Leuven, November Music, festival Cultura Nova, the Gaudeamus muziekweek, the Contemporary Music Week in Ghent, MC De Toonzaal in Den Bosch, Axes in Eindhoven, Galerie Marzee and De Vereeniging in Nijmegen, Intro in Situ in Maastricht and De Link in Tilburg.
In 2016 Nicoline Soeter is one of the New arrivals. In 2013, she won the Art and Philosophy Prize awarded jointly by the BKKC (Brabants Kenniscentrum Kunst en Cultuur), Tilburg University and Avans Hogescholen. Together with Academic Forum Tilburg University she organised several performances combined with lectures. For example the project ‘Eigen Brein’, about how developments in contemporary brain and neuroscience influence the way in which we see ourselves. Since 2015 she is involved as a composer and artistic director of ensemble VONK. Her music has been performed by Heleen Hulst & An Raskin, Pauline Post & Nora Mulder, Erik Bosgraaf, Amsterdam Bridge Ensemble, Doris Hochscheid & Frans van Ruth, Ensemble 306, Aart Strootman, and the Belgium Thelema trio and Tiptoe Company.