Caitlin Rowley is a composer of classical and experimental music which often blurs the boundaries between music and art. Current projects include an experimental song cycle for tenor and piano and a series of video pieces. She is currently accepting commissions for 2016. Find out more about Caitlin and her work.

Positive changes: Exploring the I Ching for composition

You may recall that when I was first working on Crossing Dartmoor, I experimented with dice and other chance techniques to create and develop musical materials. At the time I wrote about how unexpectedly liberating that experience was, and I’ve continued to use some of the systems I worked with at that time in my […]

Upcoming performances

12 June, 2016: New work for Bastard Assignments: Sound Walk With Me at ‘Digging Blackheath’

23 June, 2016: Fortune Favours the Brave for solo flute at Bastard Assignments: New Teeth 1, London

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Homesick Pieces

Homesick Piece No. 4

A set of postcard pieces which combine photography and text and explore remembered and imagined sounds. Read more about Homesick Pieces »