Roger Doyle is a Dublin-based Irish composer working in electronic music.
A recent book argues that Britain is in the grip of a ‘philistine agenda’ which treats the public like children who need to be protected from cultural and intellectual challenges. Composer Roger Doyle finds parallels in Irish broadcasting.
In light of the arts council embarking on a consultation process in order to replace the Arts Plan 2002-2006, composer Roger Doyle offers his suggestions for improving and expanding current structures for music.
The huge cost of old operas limits funding for every other music activity in this country, argues composer Roger Doyle.
On the imperialist attitude taken by many classical musicians to music that is not notated.
Composer Roger Doyle on the death of a beautiful art form.