Since 2004 she has released highly respected Solo CDs, Sélavy (2004), followed by Weisses Land (2006) and in:finitum (2011), her fourth solo album „Maelstrom“ was published in 2016. All of them shift between Jazz, Avantgarde and classical music. Her audio pieces impressively show Haage's inspiring and ongoing involvement with artists in other disciplines such as film. The soundtracks for the documentaries "Zwiebelfische", "Gold Rush", "Landstück", "The Lost M" as well as the music for Doris Dörrie’s movie "Greetings from Fukushima" are all characterised by an almost imperceptible fusion with the visual. Awards + prizes (i.a.): German Jazz Award (Albert-Mangelsdorff-Preis); North German Film Award (special music price), "Meret Oppenheim – eine Surrealistin auf eigenen Wegen" received the Documentary Filmscore Prize in 2014. In 2018 she composed the micro-opera "Wundernetz" for mallets and vocal quartet together with english librettist Mark Ravenhill. Ulrike Haage is a Berlin-based artist.