Neuronen awarded Honorary Mention at Musica Nova International Composition Competition.
I am absolutely delighted that my most recent work Neuronen has been awarded an honorary mention in the Musica Nova International Composition Competition. This work was premiered at Sound Junction on the 22nd November 2019 alongside works by Adrian Moore and, Adam Stanović who was a finalist in the same competition.
Featured Artist at Electric Spring Festival, 21 February, 2020
I am absolutely delighted to be invited as Featured Artist at Electric Spring 2020! More details soon!
Featured Artist at Sound Junction – 21-22 November 2019
I am thrilled to have been invited as a Featured artist at the November 2019 edition of Sound Junction. I will be presenting a new work alongside other works from the Fritz Kahn series.
Homo Machina selected for CIME – Krakow, 11-13, 2019
I am honoured that BEAN (British Electroacoustic Network) have selected my work Homo Machina for inclusion at The International Confederation of Electroacoustic Music in Krakow. I greatly look forward to presenting the work in Krakow alongside the other works. This work has also been selected to be published on the CIME CD.
Research Seminar – University of Sheffield, 8 July 2019
I am delighted that I have been invited to present my research to the Faculty of Music at the University of Sheffield. The title of my paper is Music – Bodies – Machines: Fritz Kahn and Acousmatic Music and will probe some potential analogies for imagery within acousmatic music through interdisciplinary action Research.
Convergence – De Montfort University, September 2019
I am delighted that both my paper – Music – Bodies – Machines: Reimagining the Infographics of Fritz Kahn Through Acousmatic Sound – and my piece – Homo Machina – have been selected to be presented at the Convergence conference later in the year. This is sure to be an action packed event.
Performance of Fairytale Journey on the Bloodstream at Mayfest – University of Aberdeen.
I am very pleased that the second piece of my current research project has been selected for performance at the University of Aberdeen alongside Adam Stanović, James Andean and others. PowerSERG is a duo of concerts organised by the Sound Emporium Research Group.
Presentation at BEASTFEaST 2019: Rewind/Fast-Forward: Reimagining the work of Fritz Kahn through sound
On 4th May 2019, I gave a presentation exploring my recent research to the excellent audience at BEASTFEaST, hosted by the University of Birmingham. I always thoroughly enjoy presenting here and it seemed fitting that I share words after my Featured Artist concert back in November 2018.
Algorave at Falmouth University – April 2019
April saw me return to Falmouth University – This time to make my debut as a supercollider extraordinaire. In all seriousness, Norah Lorway commissioned a new piece. Being the adventurous type, I opted to learn Supercollider to explore some new ways of composing. It was brilliant! Der Mensch Gesund und Krank was realised and presented as a 20 minute live coding piece. A fixed media version will also materialise.
Guest Lecture – Falmouth University – March 2019
I was delighted to return to Falmouth University after my visit last year, in order to present a guest lecture and workshop on sound diffusion. An excellent time was had by all!
EMAS’ 40th Anniversary @ University of Greenwich – January 2019
I was delighted to be selected to present Homo Machina at EMAS’ 40th Anniversary conference in Greenwich. It was an absolutely fantastic day. The event was led by James Andean and Adam Stanović under the guise of BEAN (British ElectroAcoustic Network).
Featured Artist: BEASTdome: Music-Bodies-Machines – November 2018
I was absolutely delighted to be invited to present a series of works at BEAST Dome. Scott Wilson, BEAST director, invited me to compose and premiere a new work for the dome: Fairytale Journey on the Bloodstream.
Premiere of Homo Machina at Sound Festival – November 2018
The first work of my new research project: Music – Bodies – Machines was premiered at the Sound Festival in Aberdeen. I always love presenting work in Aberdeen, but this significance of this premiere made this a very special trip. The line up also included works by Bea Dunsmore, Brona Martin, and Annette Van de Gorne