Adrian Lee, Project Director
Adrian combines multiple roles of composer, music director, performer and facilitator. He has worked extensively with major UK media clients including Royal National Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company, BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5 etc. Since 2014, he has been developing new repertoire for electric guitar including ‘Scratch Electric’ participatory electric guitar orchestra workshop / showcase programme (East Midlands 2015) & electric guitar orchestra pilot programmes with Falmouth University (2016-17). In addition to SEK, his upcoming electric guitar quartet project Ludi Quartet Kernow will feature 3 new Sound & Music commissions which will be premiered at AMATA, Falmouth University in October.
John Bruce, Co-facilitator
dBs Music Hub
When I was young I was fascinated with the guitar. At the age of 14 I would sneak into my brother’s room and secretly play his guitar till I got caught! A week later when my brother sold me his guitar I couldn’t put it down and played all day long and the rest is history. I have worked as a musician playing in bands all across Europe and working as a session musician on people’s albums. Over the last 25 years I have worked as a guitar tutor and work in several schools across Cornwall as well as teaching at home! I am also a songwriter and record my own songs at home!
Phil Innes, Lead Musician
Phil Innes is a composer and “organiser of sound” living in Cornwall in the UK. He makes music and sound for a wide range of contexts including concerts, theatre, film, dance, installations, and mobile device apps. He is also a music educator. His credits include Hall for Cornwall, Effervescent, Kneehigh, Miracle, Collective Arts, O-region, C-Scape, The Ordinalia Company, Tangle, Light Theatre, Seabright Productions and Potted Productions. Phil holds a Music BA (Hons) from Falmouth University and is a member of the Ludi Guitar Quartet.
Will Rogers, Co-facilitator
Experienced musician and sound engineer, Will Rogers has been associated with Livewire for many years and currently engineers in the Livewire studio to help young musicians and bands learn recording techniques.
Matthew Arundell, Co-facilitator
Cornwall College Hub
Matthew has a wealth of professional experience both as a performer on stage and as a producer/engineer in the studio. His current work sees him teaching guitar at Plymouth University and at Fowey River Academy. Alongside this Matthew is also Musical Director, manager and songwriter for 7-piece swing band Company B, which takes him all over the country performing around 70 shows each year.
Jamie Toms– Co-facilitator
With a first class music degree and 15 years’ worth of experience I hope to help you improve your skills and increase your enjoyment of playing the saxophone, flute or clarinet.
I have been playing the Saxophone for over 10 years and have a wide range of performing experience around the UK. I have several years teaching experience working with pupils of all ages as a peripatetic and private tutor.
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