Edward Wright was born in Buckinghamshire in 1980 which makes him very old to some people and alarmingly young to others. He recently completed a PhD in music (read it here) with Professor Andrew Lewis at Bangor University where he has been a Parry Williams scholar as well as teaching undergraduate music technology in the university studios.
His work is mainly focused towards the electro-acoustic end of the musical spectrum although he writes for and plays ‘real’ instruments as well. Recent exciting events include a mention in the Prix Bourges for his piece Con-Chords, a commision from a classical music festival, airplay on BBC Radio 1 and S4C television.
His music is written very much with performance in mind and as a result it is not possible to put a large amount of his material on-line. Most recently he has been working in an 8 channel set up which has obvious limitations in stereo download, as well as a lot of work with live performers and/or video.
Postcards From Home / The Way I Saw It
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