LAB2: Cassandra Miller, Matthew Robertson, James Saunders

October 21, 2016 / 0 comments

Wednesday 2 November, 12-4pm [12-2pm, CM131 / 2-4pm CM225] The second Lab focuses on vocality and verbal communication, featuring a visit from Canadian composer Cassandra Miller. Cassandra’s Duet for Cello and Orchestra was performed at last year’s Tectonics festival in Glasgow, and she will speak about transcription and vocal quality. The Lab will also include new…

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LAB1: report

October 10, 2016 / 0 comments

The first Lab of 2016-17 featured presentations from PhD composers Louis d’Heudieres and Luke Nickel, followed by visiting composer Michael Winter. Louis d’Heudieres Louis d’Heudieres presented his work Laughter Studies 2 (2015), for two performers, realised by Leandro Maia and Marcus Day. In the Laughter Studies pieces, each performer follows an individual aural score delivered…

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Matt Robertson at Vocal Vertebra Bcn

October 3, 2016 / 0 comments

Matt Robertson is performing in Vocal Vertebra Bcn on 5 October at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona. The performance is drawn from his work with the experimental poetry workshop Writers Forum initiated by Bob Cobbing at Goldsmiths College and ‘invites the audience to the sound and visual exploration of gestures, accents, sounds and movements of the performance.’…

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Robert Luzar’s Demonstrations at SKELF

October 3, 2016 / 0 comments

Robert Luzar and Francesco Gagliardi’s collaborative video and text work Demonstrations is available to view at SKELF virtual project space. Demonstrations is a group of four videos, showing how certain actions may or may not be made by viewers. The first piece, How To Outline Through Elastic and Red Tape, is now available to view and the whole series…

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Caitlin Rowley broadcast on BBC Radio 3

October 1, 2016 / 0 comments

Caitlin Rowley‘s Fortune Favours the Brave was broadcast on Hear and Now last weekend. It was part of a programme curated by Bastard Assignments, the London-based cross-arts collective that she works with. Caitlin’s piece for flute and objects was played by Jenni Hogan and uses a crafted silk and rice paper hand scroll that the performer works…

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LAB1: Michael Winter, Louis d’Heudieres, Luke Nickel

September 24, 2016 / 0 comments

Lab 1: Wednesday 5 October, 12-4pm, CM131 In the first lab of the year we welcome American composer Michael Winter who will talk about combinatorics in his recent work. For more information about Michael, please see his website. Michael will also be speaking to the Centre for Creative Computing on 11am on Thursday 6 October in the Riding…

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