|Role||Composer, musician and inter-disciplinary collaborator|
|Instrument/s||Acoustic and electric instruments|
Angus Barnacle is a composer and inter-disciplinary collaborator. His music has been heard in venues including the Muziekgebouw Amsterdam, St John’s London, November Muziek Festival in Den Bosch, Korzo Theatre in the Hague and the Barossa Music Festival South Australia. Ensembles he has worked with include Bang on a Can, Nieuwe Ensemble, New European Ensemble, Asko-Schönberg and Southbank Sinfonia. Projects he has worked on have included the use of theatre techniques, interactive digital media and electroacoustic sound design in addition to conventional acoustic and electric instruments and voice.
His education includes a bachelor of music degree from the Elder Conservatory South Australia and a masters degree from the Royal Conservatory in the Hague. Currently he lives in London and as a doctoral candidate at the Sydney Conservatory he researches the use of formal grammars to forge language-like relationships between sounds.