artist-composer, performer & writer


Structural Cohesion (2019) at Concertgebouw Brugge

The first performance of Structural Cohesion, a new vocal/choral work, will take place at Concertgebouw Brugge, Belgium in association with the Orpheus Institute, Ghent and the Royal Conservatoire Antwerp.

The work investigates various forms of rhetorical expression in relation to language, architecture and music. What, for instance, is the relation between ethos and rhetoric in today’s political campaigning? How do architects design buildings that enable focussed listening and yet remain connected to the outside world of everyday life? And in music, what was the role of rhetorical expressivity in the development of opera in the sixteenth century?

The performance will be realized in two parts during the evening of Thursday 21 November and take place across the public spaces of Concertgebouw Brugge. Vocalists, Maribeth Diggle and Natasha Lohan will perform the principal roles, accompanied by a chorus of specially trained students from the Royal Conservatoire Antwerp. image: N.G. Brown.

Live Electronics

Lacey Brown Roth at Project Arts Dublin

I’ll be playing (monochord/electronics) at Project Arts Centre this Saturday (6 July) with David Lacey (percussion) and Nick Roth (saxophone). Our trio will feature in the inaugural Sound Collector event. Sound Collector is a series of events in Dublin which explore the spaces between music, installation, improvisation, sound, and noise. 

I’ve recently revised my monochord rig so that it is built around Pure Data running on a Beaglebone Black with a Bela cape. I’m very excited about the possibilities of Bela, with its super low latency. I think it makes playing an electronically mediated instrument much more like playing an acoustic instrument: the reduction in latency values really does make a difference. Read more about Bela here.


Chit Chat @ Scenkonstmuseet Stockholm

My 2017 interactive sound installation, Chit-chat, which transforms a vocalization into a bird call is on show at the Scenkonstmuseet, Stockholm February 26- August 18, 2019. It forms part of Science Gallery Dublin’s group exhibition, Sound Check, which is currently on tour.  

More information about Chit-chat here