Rupert Till

Rupert Till is Professor of Music at the University of Huddersfield and Associate Dean International for the School of Music, Humanities & Media. He has research interests in popular music and sound archaeology, his first book Pop Cult exploring religion and popular music. He has also published material exploring trance, stardom, songwriting and music production. His interest in ritual within music cultures has led to multimedia projects exploring the acoustics of archaeological sites such as Stonehenge and prehistoric painted caves. He also directed Huddersfield activities within the European Music Archaeology Project, a five-year project funded by the European Union Culture Programme, which included producing five CDs on Delphian Records. He studied composition with Gavin Bryars, Christopher Hobbs, and Katharine Norman.

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