Georgia Rodgers is studying towards a PhD in Music Composition at City University, London, working part-time under the supervision of Dr. Newton Armstrong. She specialises in music for acoustic instrument and electronics, with a particular interest in the construction of space, the perception of sound and the human experience of listening. Georgia holds a BSc in Physics and an MSc in Digital Composition and Performance, both from the University of Edinburgh. Her composition A to B for percussion and electronics was performed by Serge Vuille in May 2013. She has recently completed a composition for cello and electronics, Late Lines, in collaboration with the cellist Séverine Ballon. Séverine premiered the piece in June 2013. Georgia also works part-time as an acoustician for a firm of consulting engineers based in Camden. She specialises in building and environmental acoustics. Georgia lives and works (and was born) in north London.

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Stuart Leech