A special online reunion performance of Pea Stew by current and past members of the Birmingham Ensemble for Electroacoustic Research (10 years old this year!) and my piece What if there’s nothing you can do? (28/1/21) will be part of BEAST FEaST 2021: Recalibration. In Concert 2 and Concert 3 on Thursday April 22nd.
Super happy to have been involved in this British Council funded project with partners in Thailand led by Piyawat Louilarpprasert, along with Annie Mahtani, Nikki Sheth, Jean-David Caillouët, Heather Roche, Anothai Nitibhon, Simon Barry Smith, Thanakarn Schofield, Pongthorn Techaboonakho and the amazing and fierce Tacet(i) Ensemble! Check out the video streams at the Thailand New …
I’ll be presenting a concert of my work, and a workshop on SuperCollider with a focus on live coding and network music, at the Centro Mexicano para la Música y Artes Sonoras (CMMAS) in Morelia, Mexico. The concert is August 16th at 20:00. The workshop runs August 12-16.
The fabulous Mari Fukumoto will premiere my new Music for Manic Machines for organ and electronics on October 28th. This is the first installment of the ongoing Sonus ex Machina project, so stay tuned for other performances (including at BEAST FEaST in April). Presented by Poznań Spring (in the Autumn).
…over on the BEAST site. Check it out!
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.
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 …
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!