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Hidden Door

Over the summer of 2020, the interdisciplinary arts festival Hidden Door had run a programme of online live shows in lieu of their standard approach of transforming abandoned spaces in Edinburgh. Harry was fortunate enough to be invited to perform at one of these live shows to great acclaim, and he will be returning to the festival in 2021.  More info here

AVU

3-piece post-rock band from Edinburgh, combining ambient serenity with intense crescendos. Formed of Rory Ferguson, Leo Bacica and Harry Docherty. More Info Here

Network Performances

During his time at Napier University, Harry has contributed to a number of low-latency network performances (LoLa, Dante, RedNet technology) led primarily by Dr Paul Ferguson, allowing him and other musicians around the world to improvise and perform in real-time sync.

Old Town New Music: St. Giles Cathedral

An evening of experimental pieces for solo cello. Harry’s original composition ‘Division’ was performed live by Justyna Jablonska. This series of concerts is organised by staff and students of Edinburgh Napier University. More Info Here

Undisklosed

An exclusively live-streamed concert at Custom House in Leith this March, showcasing some of Edinburgh’s dynamic unsigned acts. Undisklosed was organised by staff and students of Edinburgh College. Performing were – AVU, Kyle Chatham, Harry Bongo, Choka.

Film Video Works

Here is a list of some film and video projects in which Harry has composed original music for.

Collaboration with Ian Reddie; 2020

Collaboration with Paul Cunningham; 2020

 

‘Why Archives Matter’

 RPP Productions; 2018

Produced by RPP Productions.
Winner of The International Council on Archives Film Festival Awards 2019. 

Frank Prior Prize for Interdisciplinary Practice ; 2018

Award-winning audio-visual collaboration with students of BDes (Product Design) students at Napier University.

Brothers

Louis Clark 2017

James and the Urn

Art in Granton

Granton Hub 2015,  'The Visitor' by Gina Fierlafijn Reddie.  See more.

It's hard to say Goodbye

– Yutsil Martinez; 2014

Guillotine

– Screen Education Edinburgh; 2014