Performance of my new soundscape work NightEscape 2018, composed at EMS Studios Stockholm at EASTN-DC, at the University of Manchester, 27th July 6pm.
Programme details here!
Premier of my new work NightEscape composed at EMS Studios , Stockholm March 2018 at BEAST FEaSt 2018
Here I discuss my compositional process and inspiration for the piece.
I am delighted to be a featured artist for this event performing my works alongside some fantastic composers such as Jonty Harrison, Giulia Vismara, Kerry Hagan, Tullis Rennie, Manuella Blackburn, John Young, Andrew Hill, Andrew Lewis, Scott Wilson, Nikki Sheth, Annie Mahtani and Nikos Stavropoulos. Check out the full lineup here!!!
My works will be performed in the Dome Room and also in the Elgar Concert Hall. The premier of my new work composed at EMS studios Stockholm will be on Saturday 28th April at 8pm.
There will also be talks and installations. For more information go here.
Delighted to be in Stockholm working on a new multi channel soundscape work at EMS, Elecktronmusik Studion . Hoping to complete an 8-channel work using the wonderful studio facilities at EMS while exploring new spatialisation technologies that I haven't used before.
Inspiring article: 10 most interesting Field Recordists
"What connects 1930s Germany, post-War musique concrete, 1980s computer music, and a Eurorack module? Why – tape and microsound! This history explains."
"Peter Gibbs asks whether sound could become a vital tool in conservation, helping us understand far more about how wildlife interacts and how it is affected by changes in the environment ."
Have a listen to this excellent show curated by Kelly Jane Jones featuring electroacoustic works and sound art by Kelly and other artists including one of my favourites Beatriz Ferrerya. I was fortunate enough to hear her work 'L'Orvietan' composed in 1970 at the GRM festival Presences electronique in Paris this month.
LISTEN HERE: https://www.mixcloud.com/reformradio/kelly-jayne-jones-takeover-monday-21st-march-2016/
Interview with Chris Watson discussing his practice