Iddon, Martin (Composition)

Born in 1975 in Manchester/UK. Iddon is a composer and musicologist. His music has been performed and broadcast on radio and TV in North America, Europe and Australasia by musicians including Distractfold, Ensemble Interface, Kairos Quartet, Ensemble SurPlus, Séverine Ballon, Jeffrey Gavett, Nicolas Hodges, Heather Roche, Ashot Sarkissjan and Eva Zöllner. A portrait CD, pneuma, was released in 2014. His string trio Danaë won the chamber music category of the 2014 British Composer Awards. His books, New Music at Darmstadt and John Cage and David Tudor, are both published by Cambridge University Press. His music is published by Composers Edition. He studied at the Universities of Durham and Cambridge and is Professor of Music and Aesthetics at the University of Leeds.


Born in 1975 in Manchester/UK. Iddon is a composer and musicologist. His music has been performed and broadcast on radio and TV in North America, Europe and Australasia by musicians including Distractfold, Ensemble Interface, Kairos Quartet, Ensemble SurPlus, Séverine Ballon, Jeffrey Gavett, Nicolas Hodges, Heather Roche, Ashot Sarkissjan and Eva Zöllner. A portrait CD, pneuma, was released in 2014. His string trio Danaë won the chamber music category of the 2014 British Composer Awards. His books, New Music at Darmstadt and John Cage and David Tudor, are both published by Cambridge University Press. His music is published by Composers Edition. He studied at the Universities of Durham and Cambridge and is Professor of Music and Aesthetics at the University of Leeds.