Brian Bridges is a composer, lecturer and electronic musician from Dublin, Ireland
Since 2008, he has been based in Derry, Northern Ireland, where he is a lecturer at Ulster University’s School of Creative Arts and Technologies, teaching on the Music and Creative Technologies degrees.
His creative work includes sound-based installations, audiovisual pieces and electroacoustic and acoustic composition.
Brian is a member of the Spatial Music Collective, a group of Dublin-based composers dedicated to the composition and presentation of spatial music for acoustic and electronic media. His pieces have been programmed at festivals in the UK, Ireland, Denmark, Cuba, China and Ecuador and he is represented by the Contemporary Music Centre.
He completed his master’s degree in Music and Media Technologies at Trinity College Dublin in 2003, where he studied composition with Donnacha Dennehy, Roger Doyle and Jürgen Simpson, followed by private study with Glenn Branca and Tony Conrad in the US. His PhD on microtonal music (supervised by Victor Lazzarini) was awarded by the National University of Ireland, Maynooth in 2013.
If you would like to make contact with Brian, please email him at bb [dot] brbridge [at] gmail [dot] com.
Further details can be found on his Ulster staff page, here.
Scores etc. are now available from the Contemporary Music Centre.