Caitlin Rowley is an experimental composer, artist and performer. Her work often dissolves the boundaries between music, art and text. Current projects include Turn for cello and tape for Amy Jolly, a new work for pianist Zubin Kanga and a group piece for Bastard Assignments with the working title HAYDN SPACE OPERA. She is currently accepting commissions for 2022. Find out more about Caitlin and her work.

Homepage image is from Quiet Songs for viola, video and voice. Photograph by Josh Spear.

Upcoming Events

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

4 & 5 March 2020: Solo performance and installation in Bath
Caitlin will be performing intermittently over several hours on two evenings celebrating the opening of Bath Spa University’s new Locksbrook Road Campus in Bath. She will be performing Quiet Songs, dot drip line line 8918: EDGE and work by James Saunders and Oogoo Maia, as well as a new installation version of dot drip line line 8317: Fall.

11 June 2020: New work at Kettle’s Yard
Caitlin’s new piece for Bastard Assignments (currently with the working title of Haydn Space Opera) will be premiered in this mixed bill of performances by Bastard Assignments and flautist Kathryn Williams. The programme also currently includes work by Larry Goves, Edward Henderson and Brian Ferneyhough. Kettle’s Yard, Castle Street, Cambridge CB3 0AQ, 8pm. Tickets £5-12. More info and ticket sales at https://www.kettlesyard.co.uk/events/new-music-concert-a-theatre-of-sound-kathryn-williams-flute-and-bastard-assignments/

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Latest on the vlog

Episode the 47th: 20 February 2020
So… Many… Pieces: a new installation version of dot drip line line 8317: Fall, more work with Bastard Assignments on HAYDN SPACE OPERA, another session with Zubin Kanga on the new piece for him, plus the first two workshops exploring sounds and developing ideas with Jenni Hogan for 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.