Open Scores Lab programme for 2017-18

We are pleased to announce the visitors for the 2017-18 labs following on from our first series in 2016-17. Each lab is on the first Wednesday of the month in term time from 12-4pm, and features a visiting speaker alongside presentations by staff and PhD students from Bath Spa. The lab is a mix of theory and practice, and we often try out work in progress.

The first lab is on Wednesday 4 October, and features Andrew Hugill talking about silence and audio games as scores, and our visitor is recent PhD graduate Luke Nickel who will be presenting some recent work, including a new piece that will be performed live on BBC Radio 3 on 14 October as part of their Why Music? The Key to Memory event at the Wellcome Collection in London.

Open Scores Lab 2017-18 visiting speakers

4 October: Luke Nickel

8 November: Howard Skempton

6 December: Joanna Bailie

10 January: Claudia Molitor

7 February: Amnon Wolman

7 March: Andrea Young

9 May: Atau Tanaka

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Lab 31: Amnon Wolman – Experimenting with the composition process

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