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Dr Freida Abtan

Lecturer
f.abtan (@gold.ac.uk)

Freida’s music falls between musique concrete, noise and experimental audio, using spectral manipulation and samples.

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Dr Patricia Alessandrini

Lecturer in Sonic and Arts and Head of the Unit for Sound Practice Research
p.alessandrini (@gold.ac.uk)

Patricia is a composer creating multimedia and interactive work that engages the concept of concert music repertoire.

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Dr Tamsin Alexander

Lecturer
t.alexander (@gold.ac.uk)

Researching the transnational spread of Russian opera in the 19th century, Tamsin focusses on Prague, London and Nice.

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Professor John Baily

Emeritus Professor of Ethnomusicology
j.baily (@gold.ac.uk)

John’s principal research interests are ethnomusicology, in performance and film, and music’s relation to migration.

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Paul Bartholomew

Lecturer in Music
p.bartholomew (@gold.ac.uk)

A concert and studio arranger, Paul’s musical interests has led to performing with BB King, Barry White and more.

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Alexis Bennett

Associate Lecturer
a.bennett (@gold.ac.uk)

Alexis is currently completing doctoral research at Goldsmiths whilst teaching Music in Film and Media Composition.

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Dr Lisa Busby

Senior Lecturer, Pathway Leader and Admissions Tutor for MMus Creative Practice
l.busby (@gold.ac.uk)

Lisa embraces ‘availablism’ and a DIY approach to feminism and gender activism in sound and music.

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Mr Simon Deacon

Senior Lecturer, Programme Convenor for MMus Popular Music, Director of Popular Music Performance
s.deacon (@gold.ac.uk)

Simon has overseen the development of a performance culture within the Music department and a founder of NX Records.

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Professor John Levack Drever

Professor of Acoustic Ecology and Sound Art Head of the Unit for Sound Practice Research (SPR)
j.drever (@gold.ac.uk)

Intersecting sonic arts, soundscapes and acoustics, John’s research is an inquiry into everyday environmental sound.

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Danny Driver

Lecturer in Music
d.driver (@gold.ac.uk)

Concerto soloist and recitalist, Danny is known internationally for the quality of his performances and recordings.

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James Ewers

Lecturer
j.ewers (@gold.ac.uk)

A singer, songwriter and composer, James has performed at major music festivals and teaches on the BMus Popular Music.

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Dr Dimitris Exarchos

Associate Lecturer
d.exarchos (@gold.ac.uk)

Dimitris is a theorist and musicologist who explores both post-structuralist philosophy and contemporary composition.

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Ian Gardiner, BMus, MA

Head of Department, Senior Lecturer, Programme Convenor for MMus Programme
i.gardiner (@gold.ac.uk)

Ian is an accomplished composer and orchestral arranger with an interest in Film music in Britain and Media composition.

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Dr Iris Garrelfs

Lecturer in Sonic Arts
i.garrelfs (@gold.ac.uk)

Iris works on the cusp of music, art and sociology across improvised performance, installation and media projects.

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Mr Mikko Gordon

Head of Goldsmiths Music Studios
m.gordon (@gold.ac.uk)

As Head of the Goldsmiths Music Studio, Mikko has worked as producer and engineer Atoms for Peace, Gaz Coombes and more.

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Dr Stephen Graham

Lecturer in Music, Head of UG Studies, BMus Music Admissions Tutor, Personal Tutor Third Year Popular Music
s.graham (@gold.ac.uk)

Stephen’s interest is piqued by contemporary music, including the underground, experimental and popular.

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John Harries

Lecturer
j.harries (@gold.ac.uk)

John is a producer, performer and composer whose music ranges from improvised noise to detailed electronic pop.

Ms Maria Krivenski

Associate Tutor & Instrumental Tutor
m.krivenski (@gold.ac.uk)

Maria focusses on the culture of ‘classical’ musical performance – how it is created, transmitted and transformed.

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Dr Naomi Matsumoto

Lecturer in Music
n.matsumoto (@gold.ac.uk)

Naomi has scholarly interests in Italian opera, Purcell and Monteverdi and Baroque period performance practice.

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Professor Simon McVeigh

Professor of Music, Academic Director of Research Policy
s.mcveigh (@gold.ac.uk)

Simon is a musicologist specialising in British musical life 1700-1945, violin music and performance practices.

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Professor Keith Negus

Professor of Musicology
k.negus (@gold.ac.uk)

Keith has written books on Bob Dylan, the music industry, and various articles on music’s place in culture.

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Dr Tom Perchard

Reader in Music, Director of Research, Programme Convenor for BMus Popular Music
t.perchard (@gold.ac.uk)

Tom’s teaching and research centres on the cultural history and historiography of jazz and popular music.

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Jeremy Peyton Jones

Reader in Music, Director of Studies
j.peyton.jones (@gold.ac.uk)

Jeremy is a composer with interests in post-operatic music theatre and the role of narrative and body in performance.

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Keith Potter

Reader in Music
k.potter (@gold.ac.uk)

Keith’s present research work includes books on the American composers Earle Brown and Steve Reich.

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Roger Redgate

Professor in Composition, Director Contemporary Music Research Unit
r.redgate (@gold.ac.uk)

Roger works in jazz, improvised music and film and his compositions have been performed across Europe and the USA.

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Dr Holly Rogers

Senior Lecturer
h.rogers (@gold.ac.uk)

Holly is interested in the ways in which music interacts with other disciplines and how such combinations are received. 

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Ian Stonehouse

Head of the Electronic Music Studios
i.stonehouse (@gold.ac.uk)

A trained artist, Ian has worked in film, sound, video and animation and is invested in electronic music research.

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