Peter O'Doherty (b. 1973) is an Irish composer, sound artist and improviser. He studied music at the University of Edinburgh and is largely self-taught as a composer. His work has been performed in Ireland, Scotland, Finland and the Netherlands. He divides his time between Ireland and the Netherlands.
email: mail [at] peterodoherty [dot] net
You can also find me on joindiaspora.com and SoundCloud.
- Han-earl Park: guitarist, improviser, constructor
- Irish artist Ciarán Ó Dochartaigh
- Musicologist Melanie L Marshall is based at the
Department of Music in University College Cork and undertakes research on sixteenth-century Italian song,
especially the villotta, and issues of gender, sexuality and eroticism in early modern Italian music
- Composer and violinist Djuro Zivkovic
- Sound Engineer & Electroacoustic Composer Guillaume Beauron
- Pianist, improviser, composer Giacomo Caruso
- Morten Poulsen is a danish improviser/composer, working with drums and objects as primary instruments as well as laptop and live electronics.
New music resources
- Reassessed aural delicacies: Continuo's blog
- Networked Music Review (NMR) is a research blog
that focuses on emerging networked musical explorations.
- UbuWeb is a completely independent resource dedicated to all strains of the avant-garde, ethnopoetics, and outsider arts
- ORF KUNSTRADIO from Vienna, Austria. Artworks for radio and WWW on air and on line
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Why the bare bones look of this website?
No, I'm not a luddite. I don't even dislike the creative use of HTML and CSS.
But I'm interested in substance and content.
In the times in which we are living, appearance rules. We are bombarded by marketing propaganda and surface, facade, glitz.
We use social media to sell an image of ourselves, one purely motivated by narcissism.
A simple, bare bones, website is my effort at resistance.
Or similarly, Keep it simple, Stupid.
Long live hypertext!