Marat Ingeldeev

Marat Ingeldeev Photo by Ilme Vysniauskaite

Marat Ingeldeev is a London-based performer, researcher and writer on new music.

Marat is a performer specialising in experimental piano and live electronics. He has performed at various venues and events, including IKLECTIK, Arebyte Gallery, Sound Festival, Southbank Centre, Cheltenham Music Festival and Teatro Baltazar Dias (Madeira, Portugal). He is one of the founding members of the New Maker Ensemble, a group dedicated to experimenting with various forms of new music and performance art. Together with his duo partner Roxanna Albayati, he creates collaborative musical experiences investigating the intersections between Iranian classical music, improvisation and live electronics. Occasionally, he creates his own works which incorporate elements of electronic music, improvisation, music theatre and performance art.

Marat regularly writes articles and album reviews about new music. He has interviewed composers Laurence Crane, Roger Redgate, Elena Firsova, Elena Rykova and others for online publications. He has given lectures and presentations on new music at various conferences and events, including the Gnesin Contemporary Music Week 2020 and 2021, the Gnesin Academy and ZIL Culture Centre. His research interests include interdisciplinary experimental performance, instruments and objects as sounding bodies, new music in Russia and music aesthetics.

Marat Ingeldeev

2020 - MA Music @ Goldsmiths, University of London
under Keith Potter and Ed McKeon
2015 - BMus Music @ Goldsmiths, University of London
under Andrew Zolinsky
2009 - Moscow Jurgenson Music School