Since graduating in 2013 I have continued to develop my interest in collaborative coding practices, performing at various festivals and venues in Europe as well as leading SuperCollider and Sound Spatialisation tutorials at Reid School of Music.

I came to study the Digital Composition and Performance - MSc with no formal music training, having completed an undergraduate degree in Philosophy and Linguistics. The experience of collaborating with fellow students and staff, and the friendships I made during my time studying Digital Composition and Performance were foundational for my future career.

In 2014, I will start an artistic doctorate at the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Graz (Austria), pursuing research into the aesthetics of astrophysical sonification models, an area I started exploring during Digital Composition and Performance's final project development.


The experience of collaborating with fellow students and staff, and the friendships I made during my time studying Digital Composition and Performance were foundational for my future career.

Marcin Pietruszewski, 2013 Digital Composition and Performance - MSc graduate


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