Posts Tagged ‘dance / performance’

We was them – SOIT


I wrote music for this show in Brussels – WE WAS THEM – Directed By Hans Van den Broeck. In this performance five dancers explore the Stockholm Syndrome, the psychological phenomenon in which a hostage comes to sympathise with the kidnapper. In total isolation, cut off from the outside world, they look feverishly for new … Read more…

‘The Memory Progressive’ – Phantom Limbs

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Phantom Limbs is a young and emerging dance company which was founded in early 2008 as the result of the extremely successful partnership of dancers James Welsby and Amy Macpherson. I will be writing music for their show in 2010, titled ‘The Memory Progressive’

Thousands – Matthew Day


I wrote the live score to Matthew Day’s work Thousands, which is part of a Trilogy “IT’S LIKE DISCO BUTOH IN A GOLD WASH. THAT’S ABOUT THE BEST I CAN DESCRIBE IT.” John Bailey Presenting a series of quiet moments and details in an exquisitely poised and controlled performance by Matthew Day, Thousands simultaneously suggests … Read more…