I’m really pleased that my composition ‘Reflecting Cau Cau and Parque Urbano El Bosque‘ is on the programme at Sonic Cartography: Soundscape, Simulation and Re-enactment SC2022, which is taking place at the University of Kent in the Historic Dockyard. I’m looking forward to attending.
I’m delighted to have been invited to give a lecture at the Composing With Technology symposium at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam, Amsterdam University of the Arts, on 1st May. A great programme with some very interesting talks and a concert.
The symposium will take place at the Amsterdam Blue Note. Looking forward to it!
I recently presented a paper, Variability and the spatial setting: emergent properties and sound relationships in acousmatic music, at the EMS Network conference. It was great to present this paper at the conference last month in Leicester, and it’s also great to see it now available online. In it I discuss a classic electroacoustic work, Capture éphémère, by the inspirational Bernard Parmegiani.
It was great to finally have in-person concerts resume here at Bournemouth University last Thursday. Thanks to all who attended. I diffused two of my compositions, and my friend and colleague Panos Amelidis contributed his excellent music to the programme. Looking forward to further events in 2022!
I’m really please to share the news that I have a new composition, Reflecting Cau Cau and Parque Urbana El Bosque, included on the Soundlapse album, just released by German label Gruenrekorder. https://www.gruenrekorder.de/?page_id=18999
The Soundlapse project (2019-22) is an interdisciplinary research initiative highlighting the acoustical heritage of wetlands in the south of Chile. Eight sound artists were commissioned to compose works using periodic field recordings of the “Parque Urbano El Bosque” wetland soundscapes in Valdivia. The album includes works by Aki Pasoulas, Pete Stollery, Francisco López, Alejandro Albornoz, Brona Martin, Rob Mackay and Felipe Otondo.
It was pleasure to be involved!
I’ll be presenting a paper at the Electroacoustic Music Studies Network Conference 2021 next week at De Montfort University, Leicester. The paper is titled Variability and the spatial setting: emergent properties and sound relationships in acousmatic music. I’m really looking forward to hearing the other presentations and hearing some great music in concert.
Delighted to share the news that Traces of Play will appear at the Futura 21 Festival, Crest, France on 19 August 2021.