Caitlin Rowley is an experimental composer, artist and performer. Her work often dissolves the boundaries between music, art and text. Current projects include a set of variations for cello and tape, and a piece for solo voice and electronics. She is currently accepting commissions for late 2019. Find out more about Caitlin and her work.
Performances of Caitlin Rowley’s music and by Caitlin as performer. Also exhibitions of Caitlin’s visual work.
24 November 2018: Four Black and White Pieces
The graphic scores for Caitlin’s Four Black and White Pieces will be displayed during Philomel’s ‘Cecilia Sings’ concert at The Swiss Church, Covent Garden, London. 7.30pm, tickets £15 on the door or £13 advance. Details and ticket sales at http://philomel.co.uk.
1 March 2019: Snape Maltings Open Session
With Bastard Assignments. Programme of new work.
Episode the 28th: 12 September 2018
En route to Australia, this one’s coming from Hong Kong Airport. A failed laptop drive means it’s mostly chat, but it’s chat about getting dot drip line line 8918: EDGE to its premiere at Snape Maltings (pictured here in a photo by Matt Jolly) alongside a performance of Cake Piece and also the first rehearsal for the Britten Variations:
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.