PhD Title: Spatial experience in instrumental and electro-instrumental music
Supervisor: Dr. Newton Armstrong
Overview and research interests
I compose music for instruments and electronics. My research focuses on the physics of sound, spatiality and the human experience of listening.
- Instrumental and electronic composition
- Sound art
- Field recording
- Acoustics, Psychoacoustics, and Phenomenologies of Listening.
- MSc Digital Composition & Performance, The University of Edinburgh, 2010
- BSc Physics & Music (First class hons.), The University of Edinburgh, 2009
- Member of the Institute of Acoustics.
Public Presentations and Conference Papers Given
- Rodgers, G. (2017). Near and far (SATB vocal ensemble and electronic sounds)
- Rodgers, G. (2017). Distal theories (Trombone and cello)
- Rodgers, G. (2016). Masking set (Alto, viola and cello)
- Rodgers, G. (2016). Three pieces (String quartet)
- Rodgers, G. (2015). Cut it out (Solo piano and electronic sounds)
- Rodgers, G. (2014). Partial filter (Solo tuba and electronic sounds)
- Rodgers, G. (2013). Late lines (Solo cello and electronic sounds).
- Guest lecturer, City, University of London, Music, Sound and the Environment.
- Guest lecturer, University of Southampton, MA Composition.
- Rodgers, G. (2014) Partial filter In: Next Wave [CD]. NMC DL209. NMC Recordings