Guy Harries

Professorial Staff: Academic Studies

Music

Email: g.harries@trinitylaban.ac.uk

Guy Harries

Biography

Guy Harries is a composer, sound artist and performer, working with electronics, acoustic instruments, voice and multimedia. His research explores the use of live electronics in music with a focus on dramaturgy, the performative and audience participation. His music releases include solo work and collaborations with the POW Ensemble, Meira Asher and Yumi Hara on the labels X-OR, Sub Rosa, Editorium Edizioni and Migro. His multimedia works include Stereo Dogs (2002), Nocturnaround (2004) and Imaginary Friends (2008/2013). His chamber opera work includes Jasser, which toured the Netherlands in 2006/7, and Two Caravans, which won the Flourish New Opera Prize and was produced by Kameroperahuis NL and OperaUpClose London. He has also created a number of participatory audiovisual installations, including Shadowgraphs (2009 - Stephen Lawrence Gallery) and Erotolalia (2011 - Prince Charles Cinema). He completed his PhD in Electroacoustic Music at City University and teaches at the University of East London and Trinity Laban.