Danny Saul


Danny Saul is an electroacoustic composer from Manchester, UK. His interests are acousmatic composition, space, sound diffusion, and improvisation.

As a performer his involvement in a variety of experimental projects over the past few years have included a number of collaborations, performances and recordings with notable contemporary experimental musicians including Ben Frost (performing Music for 6 Guitars, at Iceland Airwaves, Reykjavik), Machinefabriek, Greg Haines, Jasper TX, Xela (Type Recordings), and Simon Scott. Danny has played throughout the UK, Europe, U.S.A and Japan. He runs the experimental record label White Box Recordings, and has to date released two solo albums, Harsh, Final. (White Box, 2009), and Kinison – Goldthwait (Hibernate Recordings, 2010).

In 2012 Danny was awarded the Degree of Master of Music with Distinction in Electroacoustic Composition (University of Manchester). He is currently pursuing a PhD under the supervision of Professor David Berezan at the NOVARS Research Centre for Electroacoustic Composition, University of Manchester. Danny’s research is funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council, UK.