Glory To Sound Lucinda Chua & James Maloney
Somerset House Studios

Glory To Sound: Lucinda Chua & James Maloney

Wed 16 Jan 2019
19.00 - 21.00
Rifle Range
New Wing

Glory To Sound is a new musical initiative founded by musician, DJ, broadcaster and Studios resident Nabihah Iqbal, inspired by her love for music. 

For the first performance in the series, Nabihah invites Lucinda Chua and James Maloney to play special sets designed specifically for the Rifle Range at Somerset House.

Lucinda Chua is a London based artist and composer. Her debut single Somebody Who was accompanied by the release of Strings Mixtape, a 30 minute mix, seamlessly weaving together ambient pop, introverted hip hop and iconic classical works, all underscored by her own string arrangements, instrumental compositions and collaborative sessions.

James Maloney is a composer and producer based in London.  He make's solo work and writes music for film and theatre. In July 2017 he released his debut solo record, Gaslight, on Moderna Records who are set to release his new album soon.   Recently, amongst other work for film and theatre, he wrote the music for Martin Mcdonagh's new play 'A Very Very Very Dark Matter', staring Tom Waits and others.  He's originally from Birmingham and studied music at Oxford University, where he graduated in 2011.