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Rhythmology

Rhythmology

Rhythmology


rhythmology - aka Malcolm Rycraft - music is rooted in the tradition of American minimalism but blurs musical styles and can be described as electronica, contemporary classical and ambient, with an eclectic range of influences including Steve Reich, Depeche Mode, Philip Glass, Graham Fitkin and Orbital. His first works were composed for contemporary dance groups with performances at venues such as Chisenhale Dance Space and Jackson's Lane. Intended to be performed as a sequence of 'tableaux' to reflect the choreographic narrative Read more on Last.fm
rhythmology - aka Malcolm Rycraft - music is rooted in the tradition of American minimalism but blurs musical styles and can be described as electronica, contemporary classical and ambient, with an eclectic range of influences including Steve Reich, Depeche Mode, Philip Glass, Graham Fitkin and Orbital. His first works were composed for contemporary dance groups with performances at venues such as Chisenhale Dance Space and Jackson's Lane. Intended to be performed as a sequence of 'tableaux' to reflect the choreographic narrative, his music tends to be composed in shorter 'chunks', but because of their 'building block' construction they can be flexible in length. Malcolm Rycraft studied piano at the Royal College of Music where he first discovered minimalist music, performing several minimalist works as both solo and ensemble pianist, and winning a prize for his thesis on the music of Steve Reich. Here, under the tutelage of distinguished pianist Yonty Solomon, he also gave the world premiere of a work by Sorabji. He continued his studies at Goldsmiths College, gaining an MMus (Hons) in performance, and went on to give performances including an ensemble work by Louis Andriessen under Odaline de la Martinez at the Cardiff Contemporary Music Festival (also broadcast on the BBC) and all four of Graham Fitkin's works for 2 pianos/4 pianists alongside the composer himself at the Greenwich and Docklands Festival.

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