Music (Solo, Theatre & Dance)

While The Earth Is Circled By The Moon:

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Louder Is Not Always Clearer (Mr. & Mrs. Clark / Jonny Cotsen):

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Tongues (Joon Dance):

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Ti.Me (Cwmni Pluen):

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What made this piece stand out to me even more was the use of live music, composed by Chris Young. He used synthesisers to create music out of everyday sounds. The physical aspects of the piece wouldn’t have evoked as much emotion without the music. They go completely in hand.” – Kaitlin Wray – Young Critics
“The score adds another level of sensitivity to the performance” – Mike Smith – Art Scene In Wales

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You.Fi:

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Pollinate:

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A Morning In The Day Of:

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Acousmatic:

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Zero For The Young Dudes (Sherman Cymru):

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Rapture R&D (Leeway Productions):

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The Drowned Girl (Kelly Jones):

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“A clever move from director Anna Poole is to have Jones share the stage with sound artist Chris Young. Manipulating the aquatic soundscape, playing in voices and other effects, and occasionally interacting with Kelly, his presence grounds us in the “real” world as her fantasies threaten to get out of hand.” – Othniel Smith – British Theatre Guide

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ReCycle: 

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