Matthew Whiteside

Matthew Whiteside is a composer, collaborator, sound designer and concert producer based in Glasgow, named ‘One to Watch’ in the Herald’s Culture Awards 2017 and winner of the Light Moves Innovative Use of Sound Award for his work Entangled with Marisa Zanotti.  Recent work has included a short opera Little Black Lies commissioned by Scottish Read More

Tom Danielle Tim

Timothy Cooper is a composer and performer of electroacoustic music. In his music he explores new contexts for the sounds he works with. He uses microphones as sonic microscopes and loudspeakers to amplify and heighten the qualities of the sounds he records. Recent projects include the site-responsive installation Tide Times made with Laura Bissell and Breathing

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Émilie Girard-Charest

Émilie Girard-Charest is a cellist, a composer and an improviser. As a chamber musician, both as soloist and member of various ensembles, she has taken part in the premiere of more than sixty new works and has worked closely with many composers, most notably Malcolm Goldstein, Cecilia Arditto, Graciela Paraskevaídis, Enno Poppe and Jorge Diego

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The Hermes Experiment

Hermes experiment première a new work from Matthew Grouse (commissioned by The Night With… ) along with the winner of the call for scores, Josephine Stephenson’s tanka, Robin Haigh’s Kalimotxo and Meredith Monk’s Double Fiesta Winners of the Royal Overseas League Mixed Ensemble Competition 2019, Tunnell Trust Awards 2017, Park Lane Group Young Artists 2015/16

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Egidija Medeksaite

Dr Egidija Medekšaitė (b. 1979) received a PhD in composition from the Durham University by Prof. Richard Rinjvos and Dr Sam Hayden in 2016. She studied composition at the universities of the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre (Prof. Rytis Mažulis), and Stuttgart Academy of Music, where her teachers included Marco Stroppa and Caspar J. Walter. In 2003 she took part in Read More

Rylan Gleave

Rylan Gleave (b.1997) is a Leith-based composer and vocalist whose musical practice involves mending the unfeigned gaps in his classical voice study with the healings of imaginative neuro-/gender-divergent kinship. Re-emerging as a composer/performer, his recent work has explored the instrumental qualities of his late-breaking trans-masc voice through queer autoethnography, and autistic-specific notation. His compositions have

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Darlene Zarabozo

Darlene Zarabozo is a Cuban-American composer, sound artist, musician and collaborator based in Glasgow, Scotland. She received her Bachelor’s of Music (Composition) with Honors of the First Class and Endorsement in Social Change through Music at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland under the tutelage of Linda Buckley. In addition, she’s also received support from Alistair

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Siobhan Dyson

Siobhan Dyson has obtained her BMus (Hons) degree in composition at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. She is now in her second year of her Masters degree at the same university, studying with composer, Dr. Oliver Searle. Born in Macclesfield, she developed a passion for composing when her grandfather gave her a keyboard where she Read More

Garth Knox

Garth Knox was born in Ireland and spent his childhood in Scotland. He studied with Frederic Riddle at the Royal College of Music in London where he won several prizes for viola and for chamber music. Thereafter he played with most of the leading groups in London in a mixture of all repertoires, from baroque

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