Interview with Supriya – Part 1

Get to know the composer behind the music

“To be able to draw upon all your senses, to be able to view your senses differently each time…I’ve really enjoyed the power that synaesthesia has given me.”

In this interview with Supriya we learn how synesthesia shapes and influences her compositions, living and working in Yorkshire, and how Jarvis Cocker motivated her to record her debut album ‘Dusk Notes’.

Interview with Head of Music Patron, Sonia Stevenson.

What’s it like being a composer in Yorkshire?


The story behind your debut album Dusk Notes


How does synaesthesia affect your music?


How does it feel to compose?


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Interview with Supriya – Part 2: On challenging stereotypes, leaving a career in banking for music, and reflections on being a composer later in life

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