Dear Esther, Live at the Barbican

Review by Alyx Jones Jessica Curry sold out the Milton Court Concert Hall for a highly anticipated playthrough of Dear Esther, with a String Quartet, Pianist, live electronics, and live narration, conducted by the wonderful James Morgan. This is really the first event of its kind in the UK, closely following

Everybody’s Gone!: The Sound of Silence

Review by Andrew Overfield Edited by Sam Hughes Developer: The Chinese Room Composer: Jessica Curry Sound Designer: Adam Hay Reviewed on: PlayStation 4   I wasn't actually intending on doing an audio review of this game to begin with. I had just heard a ton about it and after following Jessica Curry and The Chinese Room's developments since Game Music

Interview with Composer, Jessica Curry

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The Sound Architect had the pleasure of catching up with composer, Jessica Curry. Jessica is a BAFTA-nominated composer and Co-Director of The Chinese Room. She spends much of her time writing music that makes people cry. She was responsible for the Dear Esther score (for which she won Best Audio at the TIGA awards,