MIDWEEK NEW MUSIC
midweek new music
10 july 2019
As producer, composer and sound editor for this documentary, I spent almost a year working with director Luke Naylor-Perrott and six other Cambridge students.
An experimental film following the experiences of an imaginary British man as he attempts to navigate the conflicting masculine identities of present-day NYC.
I've long been looking for ways to combine my passion for rowing with the music I create, so this is my first attempt. Watch out for more!
Jay Richardson began his musical studies in Canada, where he was born in 1997. After moving to England in 2004 he became a chorister at Jesus College, Cambridge, and continued his education at the Junior Guildhall School of Music & Drama from 2011 to 2014 and with Aldeburgh Young Musicians from 2010 to 2015.
Since then his work has been performed by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House and the Philharmonia Orchestra, and by such artists as Fabien Gabel, Esther Yoo, Imogen Ridge, Julian Trevelyan and Vladimir Ashkenazy. He graduated from Pembroke College, Cambridge with a BA in Music in 2018. He is an Organ Exhibitioner at Peterhouse, Cambridge, where he studies with Anne Page. Jay was Composer in Residence at Cambridge Corn Exchange for the 2016-17 and 2017-18 Classical Series and won the 2019 John Golland award for brass band composition. He currently holds the first ever post of Organ Scholar at London’s Union Chapel.