Caitlin Rowley is an experimental composer, artist and performer. Her work often dissolves the boundaries between music, art and text. Current projects include a piece which uses cameras as instruments and a solo piece for performer and video. She is currently accepting commissions for late 2018. Find out more about Caitlin and her work.

Interpretation, personality and non-rehearsable music

I have a half-baked idea that I want to talk about in this post. It’s about interpretation, non-rehearsable music and my recent piece Community of Objects. I’ve been working on an article about this piece recently, and doing a lot of reading to try to gain a better understanding of my own context for this […]


14 October 2017: New piece (Aides memoire) in Bastard Assignments’ live set on BBC Radio 3 Hear and Now

21 October 2017: Community of Objects and video work at the Royal Academy of Arts, London

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Latest vlog episode

The latest episode of my (approximately) fortnightly video blog. In this episode I’m talking about our first Bastard Assignments residency at Snape Maltings, work on Aides memoire/POV, yet more developments to Community of Objects (which also has a new video) and a new thing in a book. Subscribe to my YouTube channel for regular(ish) updates, or view all episodes here »