Residents / SGSAH Researcher in Residence 2017

  • Theophile Krosi-Doute

    Interdisciplinary Residency March 2017

    Music (Composition), France – Scottish Graduate School of Arts & Humanities Researcher in Residence 2017

    Born in Paris in 1991, Theophile Krosi-Doute is a composer of contemporary classical music. Theophile’s music has been performed around the UK and internationally. Commissions include pieces written for the North Wales International Music Festival, Spectrum: New Music Ensemble, King’s College Choir, Aberdeen, and the University of Aberdeen Chamber Choir. His arrangement of Robert Burns’ Rattlin’ Roarin’ Willie, was included in the University of Aberdeen’s recent CD The Immortal Memory – A Burns’ Night Celebration, which stayed in the UK Classical Charts for several weeks, peaking at #3. Theophile currently studies towards a PhD in composition under Paul Mealor at the University of Aberdeen, having previously studied under Anthony Payne at the University of East Anglia, and Michel Merlet at the Maurice Ravel Conservatoire in Levallois-Perret (France). He is also a proficient conductor, singer, and cellist.