Greenwich SOUND/IMAGE Festival

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This year (2020), with support of the Royal Borough of Greenwich and in partnership with The Greenwich Hospital, Museum of Walking and School of Noise, we are delighted to programme a public festival of exhibitions and activities, bringing this leading research and exploration of Sound and Image to the Greenwich community. Greenwich SOUND/IMAGE festival presents […]

Leicester and Glossop ‘lost sounds’ for future research – BBC News Website

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-28563835 The sounds of part of Leicester and Derbyshire are being collected to create a digital audio archive for future researchers. The Affective Digital Histories project focuses on Leicester’s Cultural Quarter and Glossop’s Howard Town and Whitfield Wards from 1970s to the present day. It hopes to gather sounds reflecting their industrial heritage to show how the […]

Where Sound Ends and Music Begins – Rossendale Radio

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Following the announcement of the publication of Sound & Image: Aesthetics and Practices, I was invited to talk about my work electroacoustic composition more generally on Rossendale Radio 05.07.20. Podcast available online: https://www.podbean.com/ei/pb-ssrva-e2ebe9 Featuring music from myself and Nikki Sheth. Rossendale Radio

Historical Soundings – BBC Radio 4

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CLICK HERE TO ACCESS I was commissioned as part of the ‘Affective Digital Histories’ project, working with academics and historians from University of Leicester and the East Midlands Oral History Archive. My work on the project was featured on National Radio, BBC Radio 4 PM Programme (Historical Soundings) and on regional Television. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02gbs48 The premise of my contribution to the […]

Over Lunan

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Soundtrack / Radio play / Live Performance – Choir, Marimba, Trumpet, Sound A ritualised choral performance at Lunan Bay, Angus. A perfect crescent running for nearly two miles. To the north end lie deeply formed sand dunes, their height testament to the actions of more ancient seas; Here we are offered protection. Lost in time. In […]

Reconfiguring the Landscape

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An International collaborative research network led by the Arne Nordheim Centre for Artistic Research at the Norwegian Music Academy. 2019-2022 Principal Investigator Natasha Barrett – Professor in composition at the Norwegian Academy for Music (NMH) Core Investigators Dr Nadine Schütz – Composer in Residence IRCAM Andrew Knight-Hill – Senior Lecturer in Sound Design and Music […]