Peter Power

Peter Power is a Composer, Sound Designer and Director from Waterford, based in Cork. Peter’s current and recent projects include: Neon Western (Conflicted Theatre); The Same by Enda Walsh (Corcadorca); ProdiJIG the Revolution (Cork Opera House); Override by the award-winning Stacey Gregg (Dublin Fringe Festival) and the commissioned work fLux (Eat My Noise for Cork Film Festival).

Peter is currently embarking on a self-directed residency with the National Sculpture Factory of Ireland supported by the Arts Council of Ireland. This residency will be about exploring the intersections of Visual Arts and Composition, culminating in a 10-piece modular work entitled Versations in 2019.

Previous residencies include Hotel Pro Forma in Denmark as part of their Atelier in 2014, an international art lab for young, recognised and international artists to develop work created across art forms and MAKE in the Tyrone Guthrie Centre in 2015.

Peter is also Director of Eat My Noise, a multi-genre audio collective that work in event, film, television and production. Most recently Peter has composed and directed Eat My Noise’s work Carinae, presented as part of Sounds from a Safe Harbour Festival. Other projects include: Inquyre for Cork Film Festival; Moeity & A:Volution for Cork Midsummer Festival; Spindle for Big House Festival; Gentrification and How These Desperate Men Talk by Enda Walsh, co-productions with Corcadorca. Eat My Noise also compose works for TG4, RTÉ and RTÉ2 as part of various documentaries, televisions series and short film.