Dr Brian Inglis
Joint-Programme Leader BA (Hons) Music
|Brian Inglis studied at Durham University and – for his MA and PhD – City University, London. Before coming to Middlesex he taught at Trinity College of Music, and also in the music publishing and authors’ copyright sectors. He was admitted to the Higher Education Academy in 2011 and appointed lecturer at Middlesex University in December 2012. His interests encompass composition, musicology and criticism.
Brian’s music has been heard at the Sonorities Festival (Belfast), Huddersfield Festival, Spitalfields Festival, Guildford International Festival, Greenbelt, Bestival, Secret Garden Party and I Kärlekens Namn (Sweden); also London’s South Bank Centre, Riverside Studios, Wigmore Hall, Cadogan Hall, King’s Place and St John’s Smith Square. Broadcast performances include Radios 1 & 3; BBC2; Radio Wales; Resonance FM; Bayern 2 (Germany) and Latvian TV.
Performance activities have included singing, conducting and keyboard performance across a range of genres; from 2003 to 2007 he was a member of the electro-indie band Hicks Milligan-Prophecy, who supported The Fall and Alabama 3. His music has been released on Atomicduster Records (The Good, the Bad and the Iceberg, 2006) and Nonclassical Records (Tangled Pipes, 2011).
Writing projects include articles and criticism for Tempo and M magazine, and regular notes, profiles and marketing copy for the BBC (Proms and BBC Concert Orchestra). Since 2012, he has been a co-director and curator of the Stoke Newington Contemporary Music Festival.
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