EMAS – 40th Anniversary Celebration (Electroacoustic Music Association of GB) Electroacoustic Music in Great Britain: Past/Present/Future

Talks by: Simon Emmerson; Evelyn Ficarra; Rolf Gehlhaar; Jonty Harrison; Katharine Norman; Denis Smalley; Jo Thomas; Trevor Wishart; Pete Stollery … … Among many others. This was a two day event held at Greenwich University 26th-27th Jan 2018. Organising Committee: Adam Stanovic Andrew Hill James Andean EMAS - 40th Anniversary Celebration (Electroacoustic Music Association of GB) EMAS - 40th Anniversary Celebration (Electroacoustic Music Association of … Continue reading EMAS – 40th Anniversary Celebration (Electroacoustic Music Association of GB) Electroacoustic Music in Great Britain: Past/Present/Future

Sound Recordist: Edwin Hind Knowledge After Austerity And Brexit

The second of two panel discussions on the subject of Knowledge after Austerity and Brexit, which took place on 23 February and 3 March 2017 at the London College of Communication, UAL. This programme focuses on designing solutions and considers new forms of knowledge creation and dissemination that could provide an alternative future for knowledge … Continue reading Sound Recordist: Edwin Hind Knowledge After Austerity And Brexit

Rocking Against Racism 1976-1982

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/rocking-against-racism-1976-1982-tickets-29301528661?aff=efbnreg# Celebrating a movement of both Cultural and Political importance in the UK's history, Reminiscences of RAR - Rocking Against Racism 1976-1981 hears from a number of collaborators, rockers and fighters. The launch event will host talks, readings and, of course, music, not only looking back at the events of 40 years ago, but also … Continue reading Rocking Against Racism 1976-1982

Hacking The Silence: Sonification of Senate House Library hosted by Hannah Thompson‎

Come to Being Human 2016s London Hub, Ministry of Hope and Fear in the Chancellor's Hall on Thursday - immerse yourselves in the sounds of Senate House library and explore life in the iconic Senate House building through an Orwellian sonification experience. This is the final performance a 10month residency funded by Leverhulme Trust, offering … Continue reading Hacking The Silence: Sonification of Senate House Library hosted by Hannah Thompson‎

Is John Cage’s 4’33” music?: Prof. Julian Dodd at TEDx University Of Manchester

  https://youtu.be/WTCVnKROlos   Published on Jun 8, 2013 Julian is a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Manchester with a particular interest in the philosophy of music. He has recently worked on authenticity in musical performance, the ontology of jazz and musical profundity. In this talk Julian discusses the controversial 4'33'' by 20th century … Continue reading Is John Cage’s 4’33” music?: Prof. Julian Dodd at TEDx University Of Manchester

GREY GOO: GRAHAM DUNNING TALKS

http://www.theransomnote.com/music/interviews/grey-goo-graham-dunning-talks GREY GOO: GRAHAM DUNNING TALKS The creator of 'Mechanical Techno' explains life amongst machines.   Graham Dunning’s recent tune, ‘Floating Worlds’, provided the soundtrack to the drizzly, post-BBC-Bake-Off Friday morning as I made my way towards Russell Square to meet him for a coffee. My anxieties over whether or not Mary Berry would remain … Continue reading GREY GOO: GRAHAM DUNNING TALKS

The difference between hearing and listening | Pauline Oliveros

  https://youtu.be/_QHfOuRrJB8   Published on Nov 12, 2015 Sounds carry intelligence. If you are too narrow in your awareness of sounds, you are likely to be disconnected from your environment. Ears do not listen to sounds; the brain does. Listening is a lifetime practice that depends on accumulated experiences with sound; it can be focused … Continue reading The difference between hearing and listening | Pauline Oliveros