First time to spatialise using an object based panning system!
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Tickets and Concert info
Call for works ISSTA (Irish Sound Science and Technology Association) extended to the 16th June. Fancy performing/presenting your work in Cork at CIT Cork School of Music, October 31st/Nov 1st 2019????
Submit here http://issta.ie/
Keynote: Robert Henke (Ableton Live)
Great article that explains what immersive audio is and the different formats that are available.
Dolby Atmos, 3D, Binaural, Ambisonics, Object Based Audio, VR.....
Have a read here
I have been invited by Professor Natasha Barrett to discuss my work with MA students at NMH. The presentation and workshops will discuss my approach to composition, themes within my work and community engagement projects.
Performance of my 8 - Channel Electroacoustic Work, NightEscape in Stockholm on 16th March 2019.
"Concert #3 and #4 in EAU and Audiorama’s PULS project 2018/2019, curated for Audiorama by Swedish composer Savannah Agger and composer and artist Cristian Vogel, will take place during the festival Svensk Musikvår in the legendary venue R1 Reaktorhallen in Stockholm. (Free admission.)"
• Hans Tutschku, Remembering Japan – part 1
• Clemens von Reusner, Definierte Lastbedingung
• Brona Martin, NightEscape
• Erik Nyström, Textonics
• Annie Mahtani, Inversions
• Jorge Garcia Moncada, Hüzün
Tickets available here
"Yorkshire Sound Women Network (YSWN) was founded in 2015 by women working in the sound technology industry who wanted to use their skills and influence to address gender and racial inequality. Our mission is to support a flourishing industry which welcomes, encourages and progresses the inclusion of women at all levels from studio floor to board room, and reflects the diversity of its participating communities." Check out their new advocacy film:
PhD composer Harry Matthews interviewed me ahead of my performance at the SHIFT concert at the Turner Sims Concert Hall, University of Southampton. 27th January 2019. Here is the interview.
"The British ElectroAcoustic Network (BEAN) is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that aims to help support, represent and promote electroacoustic music from Great Britain. BEAN was established in September 2016 by Adam Stanović (Stansbie) and James Andean with the intention of forming a national network of composers, researchers, performers and teachers with an interest in electroacoustic music. The network has two primary aims: 1) to provide a national network that explicitly foregrounds and represents electroacoustic music, and 2) to encourage the creation and dissemination of such music at national and international events."
Check out the BEAN Website here: britishelectroacousticnetwork.com/
There is a two day event on the 26th/27th January 2019 celebrating Electroacoustic Music in Great Britain at the University of Greenwich.
For more information visit here
Performance of my work: Electroacoustic Music Concert at Bournemouth University Wednesday 5th December 7pm
Delighted to be presenting my 8-channel soundscape work NightEscape (2018) at Bournemouth University tonight!
"The programme will feature music by composers Brona Martin (University of Southampton), Orestis Karamanlis (University of Athens) and BU’s Panos Amelides.
Venue: Allsebrook Lecture Theatre, Talbot Campus, Bournemouth University, BH12 5BB
Date/Time: Wednesday 5th December 2018 at 7pm
Admission is free but please register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bu-loudspeaker-orchestra-concert-5th-december-2018-tickets-53176544476
This event is organised by members of EMERGE, Creative Technology and University Music."
Experimental Music, events and soundscape studies