Here are a few photos from my recent concert in Vienna, where I premiered 10 Billion – my piece made at the KEAR residency in Ohio:
Photo credit: Markus Gradwohl
Foundry Flux has been selected for the San Francisco Tape Music festival (SFTM) in Jan 2019. It’ll be my first performance at their festival which, by now, has a very long-standing in the field. Details to be confirmed…
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I’m very excited about the Fourier Festival in Vienna this coming weekend. Thomas Gorbach has produced an amazing acousmonium, and the venue looks equally cool:
I am extremely pleased to announce that my first PhD candidate, Mark Summers, has successfully defended his PhD thesis at The University of Sheffield. His thesis (titled: Augmenting an Improvised Practice on the Viola da Gamba) combined performance, composition, technology and philosophy, and was examined by external Prof. Jonathan Impett, from the Orpheus Institute in Belgium, and Professor Adrian Moore. Mark gave a wonderful performance as part of his viva, and enjoyed a lively debate about his two CDs of music and extended thesis. Well done Dr Summers!!!!!!!
I am extremely excited to announce that I have a solo concert at the Fourier Festival in Vienna, hosted by The Acousmatic Project. I shall give the world premieres of two brand new pieces: Helix (stereo acousmatic) and Ten Billion (10-channel acousmatic). Before that, I shall give a talk on my compositional practice: Composing with Ten Billion sounds.
The festival looks amazing, with performances by Annette Vande Gorne, and Beatriz Ferreyra!
Yesterday, I enjoyed delivering a lecture at the Technical University in Sydney – home of that fantastic Gehry building (below). It was great to work with Robert Sazdov and Colin Black, and meet a number of TUS students.