Robert Laidlow is a composer and researcher based in the UK. Robert's music has been commissioned and performed across the globe and broadcast on television and radio. His compositions blur the boundary between science and music and are often the result of close interdisciplinary collaboration.
Robert is the PRiSM Researcher in Artificial Intelligence in association with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra - a relationship that has recently resulted in several new works exploring intelligent technology.
In 2019 he was awarded the Royal Philharmonic Society Composers' Award, resulting in a commission for the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. His music has also been performed recently by performers including the Britten Sinfonia, the Elias Quartet, the Echea Quartet, Mahan Esfahani and the Berkeley Ensemble.
Photograph by Jonathan Slater