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Vassilis Chatzimakris at SMI-ICTM Ireland conference

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Vassilis Chatzimakris is presenting a new paper on interfacial scores at the Annual Plenary Conference of the Society for Musicology in Ireland (SMI) on 28 May, which will be online via Zoom. Vassilis’s paper ‘Activity, Time and Space in the Composition and Performance of Interfacial Scores’ will outline his recent work on interfaciality and interdisciplinary performance, […]

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Lab 41: Hardi Kurda – Listening to found scores

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Wednesday 17 February 2021, 12-2pm, online via Minerva. Exploring the ready-made scores through speculative listening to create sound compositions that demands other listening spaces. A Kurdish composer, improviser and sound artist, Hardi Kurda began his music education at the Institute of Fine Art, Slemani (violin). He obtained his BA (2009) and MA (2012) degrees in […]

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New article in Organised Sound

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Lab members Aaron Moorehouse, Harry Matthews, and Oogoo Maia have a joint-authored article in Organised Sound published today. The article, titled ‘Post-sonic Perspectives on Socially Engaged Compositional Practices: Composing ‘after sound’ and beyond music’, addresses the precedence given to sound in musical analysis and argues that socially engaged composers might reconsider the importance they place […]

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