|Categories||Classical, World, Electroacoustic Music|
Roger Doyle is known for his pioneering work as composer of electronic music.
He has worked extensively in theatre, film and dance, in particular with the music-theatre company Operating Theatre, which he co-founded.
Babel, his magnum opus was released on a 5-CD box set in 1999. It contained 103 pieces of music. Recent work includes a series of soundtracks for imaginary films for the National Symphony Orchestra and The Crash Ensemble.
He is a member of Aosdána, Ireland’s state-sponsored academy of creative artists and currently holds the position of Adjunct Professor of Music at Trinity College Dublin. Current work includes an electronic chamber opera 'The Death By Fire Of Giordano Bruno'.