Violinist and long-time collaborator, Emma Lloyd, brings my performance-installation, [KISS], back to Manchester, the city in which it was written four years ago: 5-9pm on April 12th in the John Thaw Studio Theatre at the University of Manchester.
Old friends Trio Atem are travelling to Bath on Wednesday 17th January to perform my recent piece The Velvet Rage as part of a wider programme including work by Pia Palme. Really looking forward to welcoming them to my home institution! For tickets and further information, go here.
Daryl Buckley gives the world premiere of Lichen, for electric lap-steel guitar and effects pedals in a concert featuring the work of Richard Barrett, alongside members of the ELISION Ensemble, Graeme Jennings, Marshall McGuire, Peter Neville, Paula Rae Peter Veale, Tristram Williams.
Trio Atem continue their celebrations of the tenth anniversary season with a second performance of my new piece The Velvet Rage, for voice (with talkbox), bass flute and cello at in Manchester (probably The Wonder Inn, but venue TBC).
Trio Atem give the world premiere of my new piece The Velvet Rage, for voice (with talkbox), bass flute and cello at St. Catherine's College, Oxford, part of the trio's 10th anniversary tour - more dates to come!
Part of Radio 3PBS Melbourne's new music show The Sound Barrier, Ian Parsons interviews ELISION artistic director Daryl Buckley and composers Timothy McCormack and Matthew Sergeant. Part of the 30th anniversary celebrations of the ELISION Ensemble in Melbourne. Listen live online 10pm (Melbourne), 1pm (UK).
The tireless energy of violinist and long-time collaborator, Emma Lloyd, takes my three-to-five-hour performance/installation [kiss] to Catalonia, Spain this weekend. This overnight performance, between 00h00 and 04h00 is part of the annual Sirga Contemporary Music Festival, based at the castle in Flix.
Impressively emerging concert-makers ddmmyy bring my violin performance installation [kiss] to London, part a afternoon of duration pieces they're programming at the Yard Theatre (Hackney Wick). Once again, violinist Emma Lloyd is thrown into the demanding driver's seat.