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Lunchtime Concert: Roddart
April 22, 2016 @ 12:00 am - April 27, 2016 @ 12:00 am
Join us for our weekly free concert.
A recital of real-time electro-instrumental compositions for brass, piano and live electronics
Roddart are the duo of Daniel James Ross (electronics, voice and piano) and Jake Stoddart (trumpet and flugelhorn). They are both classically trained musicians who have extended their practice to include improvisation and navigate the space between jazz and electro-acoustic music.
Roddart have recently played gigs at Morley College, Club Integral, and The Vortex in London. They have been featured on ODD7 Record’s ‘Towards the Margins’ podcast, reached the finals of the Engine Room International Sound Art Competition 2015, and invited to perform with the Sound and Music sponsored group Some Some Unicorn.
Listen to Roddart recordings and further information.
Daniel James Ross
Daniel composes algorithmic electro-instrumental music and is a PhD candidate in composition at Goldsmiths, studying with Patricia Alessandrini and Roger Redgate. He has recently had work premièred at the National Museum of Wales, the Brighton Fringe, and via release on Classwar Karaoke. Outside music making, Daniel freelances as a sound engineer, audio-visual technician and podcast recordist. He is presenter and producer of the radio show Beethoven Was Wrong, and other shows, on Resonance FM. Daniel lectures at Morley College in Live Sound Engineering, Live Electronics, Podcasting and Radio.
Jake is a professional trumpeter based in London. His musical life started at the Centre for Young Musicians at Morley College, under Mike Hinton, he went on to study classical trumpet at Trinity College of Music, London. Jake currently performs with various popular, jazz and world music groups and has recently played at Glastonbury Festival, Bestival and the Barbican. Jake has performed at events as far afield as Muscat and New Orleans and plays extensively in the UK.