Charlie Sdraulig





Charlie Sdraulig composes interactions at perceptual and physical thresholds.

His music has been performed by Gwenaelle Rouger (France) at the SPOR and Ear to the Ground festivals, Marco Fusi (Italy), the Spektral quartet (USA), Adam Tendler (USA) at the MATA festival, Weston Olencki (USA), Zubin Kanga (Australia), Distractfold (UK), Max Murray (Canada), [nullpoint] (USA), Apartment House (UK), Ensemble SurPlus at Schloss Solitude (Germany), and the Quiet Music Ensemble (Ireland) among others.

Originally hailing from Australia, he is currently a Ric Weiland graduate fellow at Stanford University, where he studies with Brian Ferneyhough towards a Doctorate in Composition. He holds a Master of Music in Composition with Distinction from the Royal College of Music (London, UK), as well as Bachelors of Arts and Music from the University of Melbourne (Australia). His research encompasses writing upon social interaction and relation in experimental sonic practices, as well as empirical studies in timbre perception. He was a fellow at the 2013 Schloss Solitude Summer Academy. He is represented by the Australian Music Centre.

In addition to his work as a composer, Charlie Sdraulig performs and teaches. He co-directs people making sounds with Weston Olencki.

For more information, see his cv.

Photo credit: Andrew A. Watts