Urgent Voices

So excited about this event with Continuum, performances December 8-9th in Toronto. Includes the premiere of From the Diaries of William Lyon Mackenzie King, a project/concept that I’ve been coming back to in different forms for 20 years or so. It’s been great collaborating again with the wonderful Alexandra Oliver, and for the first time with the …

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Kelp Road at Sonologues

Kelp Road will be presented as part of Sonologues on the super cool 16 channel Redshift Array. The event runs November 21-28 at the Roundhouse in Vancouver and also includes pieces by Annette Brosin, Christopher Reiche, Mike WT Allen, Jordan Nobles, and Colin MacDonald. Kelp Road should be on 4-10 PM on the 22nd.

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BEER on tour in Falmouth

BEER will present a performance of Dark Matter as part of Falmouth University’s lunchtime concert series on October 17th. We’ll be around the day before giving a workshop on live coding. Looking forward to having Norah Lorway back in the group! More tour dates to come…

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NoiseLab

NoiseLab – BEAST

A multichannel concert with NoiseLab in Bristol; details here… To include works by myself, Annie Mahtani, James Carpenter, Jonty Harrison, and Zlatko Baracskai. Earlier in the day I’m doing a talk on the history and practice of spatial audio.

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For Violin and elect

Darragh Morgan: For Violin and Electronics

Really delighted that Darragh Morgan‘s For Violin and Electronics is now out on Diatribe Records, which includes a recording of my work Flame, which I wrote for him some years ago. This is alongside fantastic pieces by Simon Emmerson, Ricardo Climent, Paul Wilson, Jonathan Nangle and Jonty Harrison.

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Kelp Road Concert and Installation

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 …

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