This research event explores issues of performativity in electronic music.
This event is in association with Cultúrlann with support from the Garfield Weston Trust and [HE]arts of STEM, Including talks, workshops in music technology and performances featuring SoundKarD and composer and Professor of Music, Technology and Innovation at De Montfort University, Leigh Landy
This event is FREE and open to the public!
Tues 7 March
4.15 – 5.15 pm, Foyle Arts Building (MQ building), Magee campus
SoundKarD ensemble talk: ‘Chamber Explorations’
SoundKarD composer & electronics/sound designer, Duncan MacLeod discusses the trio’s approaches to their work; commissioning for voice/keys/electronics, improvising and notated work, presenting performance with live/fixed electronics.
Wed 8 March
2.00–3.30 pm, Great Hall (MD Building), Magee campus
Prof. Leigh Landy: ‘An Unusual Career Path for an Experimental Composer’
3.30–4.30 pm, Great Hall (MD Building), Magee campus
SounDKarD ensemble: workshop and improv performance
4.45–5.15 pm, Great Hall (MD Building), Magee campus
Panel discussion: ‘Technology and Expression in Contemporary Music’
Wed 8 March – 8 pm – associated event
Han-earl Park (guitar) and Caroline Pugh (voice)
Wednesday 08 March 2017
The Glassworks (Basement ), Great James Street
£5 (free to students)
Thurs 9 March
1.15–2.00 pm, Great Hall (MD Building), Magee campus
Lunchtime concert with SounDKarD ensemble
Works, improvisation and new arrangements by Ryoko Akama, Duncan MacLeod, Adam Melvin, Patricia Allessandrini, Amber Priestly and SKD.
8.00 pm – 9.30 pm, Great Hall (MD Building), Magee campus
Spatial Music Collective concert with Prof. Leigh Landy