Matt Rogers

Matt Rogers is a young British composer, performer and experimental sound designer who has written for and with a host of leading instrumentalists, ensembles and technologists creating music for the concert hall, theatre and clubs as well as installation pieces. Matt has emerged as an exciting and unique voice in British contemporary music, with a varied artistic output ranging from purely acoustic concert works for such world-renowned ensembles as the London Sinfonietta, London Symphony Orchestra and Britten Sinfonia to experimental work with live instruments and electronics in close collaboration with cutting edge artists such as the acclaimed Sound Intermedia. Recent commissions have come from Arcola Theatre, Oliver Coates, Elysian Quartet, London Symphony Orchestra, St Paul’s Sinfonia Chamber Orchestra, and Tokyo Wonder Site.

Matt Rogers is currently an artist in residence at the Southbank Centre, London, and is recent recipient of a Paul Hamlyn Foundation Award for Composers

Matt’s works composed for SCQ are timewave zero, hum mantra and god of doors. Writing as Gameshow Outpatient he is the composer of The Parlour Guide to Exo-Politics.