Steve Gisby (b. 1975) is a composer, performer, lecturer, writer and examiner based in Brighton, UK.


His music explores mathematical processes and combinatorial structures, with a particular interest in the juxtaposition of logical systems and performer indeterminacy. It has been performed in the UK, France, Germany, Serbia, Finland, the U.S and Canada.


He holds a PhD from Brunel University in London, and has given presentations and talks at universities in the UK, Europe and U.S. He contributed the chapter Subjectifying the Objective: Mathematical Processes and the Search for Balance to the book Music and/as Process in 2016, and co-authored (with Lauren Redhead, Alistair Zaldua and Sophie Stone) the article Performing Temporal Processes, published in 2017. 


He lectures at the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance in London, and is also examiner for Trinity College London on their Rock & Pop syllabus, having conducted exams across Europe, India, the Middle East, South Africa, South East Asia, Hong Kong and Australia.


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