Cafe OTO (with Michael Speers), London, GB

Parken, Vienna, AT


Cafe OTO, London, GB

Unerhörte Musik, Berlin, DE


Artissima, Turin, IT

Galeria Duarte Sequeira, Braga, PT


Royal Academy, London, GB

Espace B, Paris, FR


Cripta747, Turin, IT

Spectrum, New York, US

Radialsystem, Berlin, DE


Sonikas, Madrid, ES

Victoria Rooms, Bristol, GB

Sentralen, Oslo, NO

Cafe OTO (with John Macedo), London, GB

The Patio: Arcade Invites Syndicate,

London, GB

OTO Project Space, London, GB


Cut & Splice 2017, Manchester, GB

Cafe OTO, London, GB


Ambika P3, London, GB

Cafe OTO, London, GB

Call & Response, London, GB

Darmstadt International Summer Course

for New Music 2016, Darmstadt, DE

Les Brasseurs, Liège, BE

LUFF 2016, Lusanne, CH


Audiorama, Stockholm, SE

Bundeshaus zu Wiedikon, Zurich, CH

Cafe OTO, London, GB

Cafe OTO (with Erik Nyström), London, GB

Heart of Noise 2015, Innsbruck, AT

IGNM, Basel, CH

Rye Wax (with Erik Nyström), London, GB


Block 336 (with Erik Nyström), London, GB

Fylkingen (with Erik Nyström),

Stockholm, SE

International Anthony Burgess Foundation, Manchester, GB


JIM 2013, Paris, FR

MACBA, Barcelona, ES

Roca London Gallery, London, GB


ACMC 2012, Brisbane, AU

Audio Mostly 2012, Corfu Town, GR

Dom Muz, Torun, PL

iFIMPaC, Leeds, GB

ISMIR 2012, Porto, PT

Ramas Generales, Santa Fe, AR

Studio 300 Festival, Kentucky, US

TES 2012, Toronto, CA


Ai-maako 2011, Valdivia, CL

Fylkingen, Stockholm, SE

IDKA, Gävle, SE

KAPU, Linz, AT

Sonic Rain Concert Series, Oregon, US

Transitio_MX 04, Mexico City, MX

Tsonami 2011, Buenos Aires, AR


Music Under the Influence of Computers,

San Diego, US

Sonic Vigil V, Cork, IE

SSSP10, Leicester, GB

UNC CHAT Digital Arts Festival 2010,

North Carolina, US


Sonic Arts Expo 2009, Leeds, GB


Lee Fraser (b. 1981) is an English composer based in Turin, Italy, who works predominantly in the field of electroacoustic music. He has a PhD in electroacoustic composition from the University of Manchester, prior to which he studied with Frank Denyer at Dartington College of Arts and Denis Smalley at City University London. His music dramatises notions of interiority, liminality, and the Outside, and is characterised by an ongoing concern with synthetic sound and complex auditory experiences.

Recent presentations of his work include: Parken, Vienna; Cafe OTO, London; Artissima, Turin; Galeria Duarte Sequeira, Braga; Royal Academy, London; Cripta747, Turin; Radialsystem, Berlin; Sentralen, Oslo; Cut & Splice, Manchester; Darmstadt Summer Course for New Music, Darmstadt; and LUFF, Lausanne. He has been commissioned by the BBC, Distractfold, Ensemble Adapter, Galeria Duarte Sequeira, Royal Academy, and others, and has received numerous awards and acknowledgements for his work, including the Luigi Russolo Grand Prize 2013. Two volumes of his music have been published to date, on Entr’acte (2014) and Ge-stell (2018), and a third is due to be published in 2023 by Cripta747, accompanied by a book of essays from Fraser and other contributors.



New Music Show, BBC Radio 3, GB


Hear and Now, BBC Radio 3, GB*

Late Junction, BBC Radio 3, GB

Musikszene, Deutschlandfunk, DE

Neue Musik, Deutschlandfunk, DE


Hear and Now, BBC Radio 3, GB*

Late Junction, BBC Radio 3, GB

Neue Musik, Deutschlandfunk, DE*


Zeit-Ton extended, Ö1, AT


Des aventures sonores,

France Musique, FR

Electrain de nuit, France Musique, FR

Nova, RTÉ lyric fm, IE

*  Recording

†  Interview