Neil Luck by Yiannis Katsaris

Neil Luck

Neil Luck is a composer, performer and director based in London. He is interested in the interaction of live performance and multimedia, and his work attempts to frame the act of music making as something curious, or weird, or useful, or spectacular in and of itself.

His work takes a range of forms from live music-theatre, to concert works, works for radio, installations, public projects and recordings, and has been commissioned, performed and presented by leading organisations, institutions and ensembles nationally and internationally.

Recent highlights include a performance of several of his works at the inaugural ‘Proms at Battersea’ BBC Proms concert (2019), the premiere of a critically acclaimed multimedia orchestral work for the London Contemporary Music Festival, and a major radiophonic music-theatre commission for BBC Radio 3.







Ursonate, Live at IKLECTIK – Neil Luck and Adam de la Cour perform

Ritual – a death metal pro wrestling viking death ritual performed by Neil Luck and ARCO, Aarhus European Capital of Culture

Regretfully Yours, Ongoing – a piece for solo performer, orchestra, video, choir and soloists. London Contemporary Music Festival




BBC Radio 3, Sound of the week feature, The New Music Show

The Quietus, Interview with Robert Barry