London-based composer Nicholas Hennell-Foley, born in 1992, has recently been focused on architectural representations in music. His latest projects involved mapping the soundscape (as defined by Murray Schafer) of the Barbican Centre in London, and creating a sound installation at the Bath Fringe Festival. In 2016 his compositions were performed in Cadogan Hall, he worked with the Psappha Ensemble on devising a new piece, and completed an MMus (distinction) in Composition at King’s College London under Silvina Milstein and George Benjamin. He has been published by ink&coda. Previous collaborations include marimba virtuoso Aristel Skrbic, experimental bassist John Eckhardt, Manchester based Video Jam, Kate Halsall & Fumiko Miyachi of DuoDorT, Aracna Dance Company and members of Ensemble Lontano.