Rose Dodd

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Alma mater
  • Dartington College of Arts
  • Royal Conservatory
  • Composer
  • Writer
  • Reviewer
AwardsPrix Ars Electronica Awards

Rose Dodd is a composer of instrumental and electronic music.[1], a writer, and a reviewer of contemporary music. Dodd is also active as a writer and critic. She has edited two books, one the music of Christopher Fox, and a second marking the 80th birthday of Louis Andriessen. She has also written journal articles and magazine articles about new music as well as composer profiles. These have appeared in English, Dutch and Danish publications.

Early career

Dodd's early works were composed while studying at Dartington College of Arts, with Frank Denyer.[2] Dodd continued her composition studies at the Royal Conservatory, the Hague with Diderik Wagenaar.[2] On returning to England, she explored electronic music, working with the Birmingham Electroacoustic Sound Theatre. During this period her work displays a visceral aesthetic with such compositions as Kinderspel (1996)[3] encompassing glitch aesthetics and machine noise. The work was awarded an Honourable Mention at the Prix Ars Electronica Awards in the same year.[4] Dodd undertook PhD studies with Christopher Fox continuing to compose both instrumental and electronic works.


Knut Olaf Sunde: Himdalen, Dodd, R., in Seismograf, December 2018 (in English & Danish).[5][6]

Male hegemony unmasked GAUDEAMUS, Dodd, R. in GONZO Circus, September 2018.[7]


  1. "Musiques & Recherches".
  2. 2.0 2.1 Dodd, Rose (15 July 2016). Perspectives on the Music of Christopher Fox: Straight Lines in Broken Times. ISBN 9781317081678.
  3. "Rose Dodd Archives".
  4. "Ars Electronica Archiv".
  5. "Deep in the Norwegian forest".
  6. "Dybt ind i en norsk skov".
  7. "Gaudeamus Muziekweek 2018: Male hegemony unmasked". 8 October 2018.

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