Duncan Chapman is a composer/musician based in Lincolnshire, UK. Much of his work involves collaborations with a wide range of people creating performances, installations & recordings.
Recent projects include online live-streaming events, curating a concert for the Aural Diversity project, and performing morning music with Supriya Nagarajan at the Jaipur Literature Festival in India.
Recent projects include work with BCMG, x-church Gainsborough, COMA Glasgow, online performances with Comb Filter (with Simon Limbrick and Adrian Lee), and Humbox (with Mike McInerney).
His solo work is on Silent, Takuroku & Linear Obsessional labels & Dusk Notes (a collaboration with Supriya Nagarajan) was released in 2020.
His current work includes an album of marimba and live electronic pieces with Simon Limbrick, a residency at EMS in Stockholm, performances (with Supriya) of Lullaby: Sonic Cradle at Radiophrenia in Glasgow, Casa Da Musica (Porto) and at the 2022 WOMAD festival.
Duncan is also developing participatory events using the new multichannel sound system at x-church in Gainsborough, undertaking a sound mapping residency in North Lincolnshire, and leading participatory projects with Music in the Round (Sheffield), Manasamitra (Yorkshire), and Sound Scotland.
He is a mentor for Sound And Music's Listen Imagine Compose project, and a trustee of Liquid Vibrations. He has contributed to courses at York, Aberdeen, Goldsmiths, Limerick, and De Montfort Universities.
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