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Born in London, Helen Caddick is a unique composer with a distinctive compositional
style. Described as 'powerful, evocative, modern and original’ she loves to play with
sound and stretch the possibilities of live performance, taking a host of stimuli to spark ideas.

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Her work Amphora, commissioned by Turner Contemporary, premiered at the opening of the Arp: Poetry of Form exhibition. Following a London premiere at Tête à Tête, Amphora was subsequently chosen as a top pick favourite in The Musician.


Helen’s work Haze premiered at the opening of the JMW Turner: Adventure in Colour exhibition at Turner Contemporary.  Invited to talk about Haze on SkyArts, as part of their Tate Britain Great British Walks series, Haze received a further performance accompanied by a new film by Phil Miller at the Gulbenkian as part of the wider events for the 2019 Turner prize.

Helen has been invited to talk about her approach to composition using contemporary Art as inspiration on Resonance FM, been internationally commissioned and had her work featured on Channel 4, BBC 3’s Late Junction, across the UK and abroad.

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