Monthly Archives: June 2010

Music for Radio: The Process

If you’ve read my blog before, you’ll know that I recently composed and recorded the music for a new BBC Radio 4 drama called Amazing Grace. To coincide with the broadcast of the drama in five parts throughout the week … Continue reading

Posted in Amazing Grace, BBC, composer, music, Radio, Radio 4 | 3 Comments


I’m thirteen days into my residency at the Visby International Centre for Composers and everything is going remarkably well. I’m taking a couple of days off my piece for Rarescale – tentatively titled Falling Out of Cars as a little … Continue reading

Posted in composer-in-residence, composition, VICC, Visby | Leave a comment

Visby International Centre for Composers

I haven’t done too well blogging the ICMC. the whole conference was so hectic that I never really got a moment to write it up. When I get back to the UK, I’ll make sure I get the whle thing … Continue reading

Posted in composer, composer-in-residence, composition, ICMC, Rarescale | Leave a comment

ICMC Day One – 1st June 2010

After an evening of doing the traditional New York thing of hanging out in an Irish bar nursing jet lag, the 8 o’clock conference enrollment seemed a little severe. I managed to get there at 8:50, in time to pick … Continue reading

Posted in Computer Music, conference, Electroacoustic Music, Electronica, electronics, ICMC, International Computer Music conference | 1 Comment