Daniel Ross

Staff details

Position Associate Lecturer
Department Music
Email d.ross (@gold.ac.uk)
Daniel Ross

Dan is an algorithmic electro-instrumental composer and performer based in London.

He is a PhD candidate in composition at Goldsmiths University studying with Patricia Alessandrini, Roger Redgate and Michael Zbyszyński. He has recently had work premièred at the National Museum of Wales, Sounds Like This, Sonorities, and the Brighton Fringe. Dan has had his music released on Classwar Karaoke, Noizemaschin!!, and NX Records.

He improvises using custom built software with the bands Some Some Unicorn, Mega Trio, and Roddart, the latter having reached the finals of the Engine Room International Sound Art Competition. Dan has presented Beethoven Was Wrong and other radio shows on Resonance FM.

Dan co-organises Noizemaschin!! London (www.noizemaschin.com), a monthly experimental music concert series, and runs SEEM (www.seemlondon.wordpress.com) the south east London experimental music network committed to supporting community music making and programming. Dan teaches music technology-related courses at Goldsmiths, UCA Farnham, and Morley College.