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Caitlin Rowley is an experimental composer, artist and performer. Her work often dissolves the boundaries between music, art and text. Current projects include WALKS 13-16 (with Kaths Kaff), HAYDN SPACE OPERA, an online virtual reality piece with Bastard Assignments using Mozilla Hubs, and a new work for pianist Zubin Kanga. She is currently accepting commissions for late 2023. Find out more about Caitlin and her work.

Homepage image is a still from WALK 8. Read about WALKS here »

Upcoming Events

Performances of Caitlin Rowley’s music and by Caitlin as performer. Also exhibitions of Caitlin’s visual work.

10 November 2021: Quiet Songs at Music Current, Dublin
Part of Bastard Assignments’ ‘Execution’ set, including a new work by Timothy Cape, Will by Edward Henderson and Josh Spear’s FEED. More info at Music Current » or Buy tickets »

25 November 2021: [Performing] Bastard Assignments at Nonclassical
Edward Henderson’s Will and Josh Spear’s FEED alongside sets by James McIlwraith and Chihiro Ono at iklectic in London. More info and tickets at Nonclassical »

29 November 2021: A Memory of Wind at City University
The public premiere of this piece from 2020, in a set with Bastard Assignments and friends

2 December 2021: A Memory of Wind at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge
Part of an instrumental set by Bastard Assignments with Kathryn Williams performing Ferneyhough’s Unity Capsule.

 

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Latest on the vlog

Due to pandemic-overload, the vlog is on hold until I sort myself out. It’ll be back though – I promise! In the meantime, if you’re interested in updates on what I’m doing, my Instagram is the best place to go.

Episode the 48th: 8 March 2020
Much belated, but an update on my first solo gigs (albeit with friends!) for the Bath Spa University Locksbrook Campus opening, plus some progression of ideas on Impedimenta:

Caitlin started her video blog in April 2017 to document her interdisciplinary composition process. View all episodes, starting with the most recent in this playlist, or subscribe on YouTube to be notified when new episodes are available.