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.
Read Georgia's blog for NMC here.
Photo: Stuart Leech