Louise Rossiter (Hampshire, 1986) is an electroacoustic composer based in Leicester, UK. Her research interests lie in acousmatic sound, acoustic ecology and expectation within Electroacoustic Music.

She completed her undergraduate music degree at the University of Aberdeen, specialising in Acousmatic composition, under the supervision of Pete Stollery and a MMus (composition) with distinction at the University of Edinburgh under the supervision of Robert Dow.

She is currently reading towards a PhD under the supervision of John Young and Simon Emmerson at the Music, Technology and Innovation Research Centre (De Montfort University, UK) with the support of an AHRC Studentship.

Louise’s PhD research project is entitled ‘The role and definition of expectation within Electroacoustic Music’.

NEW!!! Rossiter finalist in Franz Liszt Stipendium für Akusmatische Komposition Masterclass in Weimar, Germany.

NEW!!!  Rossiter awarded first prize ex aequo in in the prestigious concours d’interprétation spatialisée de l’Espace du Sons.