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Live recording at Living Room
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Research Study Day
Composing interactions in live electronics music: when sound is the control of the DSP system
(Soon) Screenshot of my patch showing a function of redundancy in the live electronic composition process.
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Jonathan Green invited me to record the Cambridge Handel Opera Group. They performed the Opera Ariodante the 29 and 30 April, 2 and 3 May 2009 at 18:30 in West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge.
The Opera was conducted by Andrew Jones.
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Recording We are apart; our song together. By Edmund Hunt
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Jamie Bullock allows me to set up the electronics for Jonathan Harvey pieces.
Frontiers+: Thallein Ensemble
27 March 2009, 19:00
Conductor: Nicolas Cleobury
Edward Top Cartesian Theatre (2007 Millennium Commission)
Jonathan Harvey Valley of Aosta / Wheel of Emptiness
Samuel Bordoli Eta carinae nebula
Webern Concerto Op. 24
In this varied programme, the premiere of Edward Top?s winning Millennium Commission composition is presented alongside Webern?s 12-tone concerto for nine instruments, two works by Jonathan Harvey and a piece by Conservatoire composition student Samuel Bordoli. Composed in 1997 for 16 players and electronics, the new ?modernised? version of Wheel of Emptiness was performed as part of the Integra 2008 Festival, while Samuel Bordoli received feedback on Eta carinae nebula from Pierre Boulez in an open masterclass during ?Boulez in Birmingham?.