My collaboration with Anne Parouty is on show until early May in the Bramall Music Building Foyer at the University of Birmingham. This is an audiovisual installation consisting of Anne’s beautiful cyanotype prints of kelps, and sounds derived from numerous recording trips to Wales. This is the culmination of two years of work, so we’re …
Should be a good one! Please submit and share. Deadline Sept 2nd. http://www.beast.bham.ac.uk/beast-feast-2017-call-for-workstalksinstallations/
Video and audio is now up of the premiere of head-neck-chest-four-five-six-thing by the wonderful Fidelio Trio. The piece is sort of around and about the pelog scale that’s found in gamelan music. It was a wonderful experience to work with them, and a great performance as you can see and hear!
Another book review for Introduction to Electronic Music, this one in Italian. My Italian student, Google translate, and my vague familiarity with Romance languages suggest there’s much that’s positive within it!
The new BEAST website is finally live! Have a look. As well, the Call for Works and Talks for BEAST FEaST 2016 is also up. Do forward it and submit something.
There’s a generally positive review of our Introduction to Electronic Music by the estimable Monty Adkins in the latest issue of Organised Sound (paywall or institutional access).
Sound and Music asked me to provide picks from the next two weeks for The Sampler.
After many years of the old website design, I’ve finally replaced it with this newer one. The old site remains archived here if anyone’s looking for something from there. I’ll continue filling it out and adding content in the coming weeks and months.