Research Fellow Dr Rose Dodd has had a number of performances of compositions in the UK, Norway and Australia:
Foraging music no. 1 8’00 (2013), for clarinet and electronics. Premiered by Jonathan Sage at the On the Edge Concert Series, University College Scarborough, University of Hull, April 2013.
Island music, 9’00 (2012) for fixed media. Premiered Rikkscenen, Oslo, November 2012. Selected for performance in the Listening Room at the Eighth Biennial International Music since 1900 Conference, to be hosted by Liverpool Hope University, September 2013. Also being performed ICMC 2013, Perth, Australia.
mobius ii, 13’00 (2011) for hardanger fiddle & fixed media. Received its Norwegian premiere, Rikkscenen, Oslo, November 2012, followed by a second performance at the Biermansgaten Bidrobon Concert Series, May 2013.
Dr Dodd is currently editing the volume: The Music of Christopher Fox: Portraits and Perspectives commissioned by Ashgate for publication in late 2014. This is an edited collection of writing on the music of Christopher Fox with authors including Bob Gilmore, Stephen Chase, Philip Thomas, Monty Adkins, Claudia Molitor, Nikki Cassidy, Roger Heaton, Paul Attinello, Bjorn Heile. Dr Dodd will edit the volume, write the Introduction, and contribute a chapter ‘Ecstatic, Dutch and Maximalist Minimalism’.