Benjamin Tassie is a composer of electronic and acoustic music working at the intersection of contemporary-classical and experimental, electronic pop scenes. He has worked with artists including Joby Burgess (for Sound and Music’s Portfolio scheme), Juice Vocal(performing at Shoreditch Church, Tate Modern, on BBC Radio 3 and elsewhere), Liam Byrne (at venues including Moth Club (for Eat Your Own Ears), Rockwood Music Hall NYC, Wilton’s Music Hall and on Resonance FM) and Rambert Dance(collaborating for performances at The Place, Wilderness Festival and Southbank).
Benjamin runs classical club night and concert series, _remix. Described by BBC 6 Music as ‘a space where classical music can be enjoyed in a relaxed environment’, _remix have collaborated with venues including the Royal Academy of Arts, Dulwich Picture Gallery, Historic Royal Palaces, V&A, IKLECTIK and Old Royal Naval College. _remix 'brings together the old and the new, the classic and the future classic, to emphasise their similarities and pick up on their differences.' [London in Stereo]