We have been firing off submissions and recieving invites to perform at many festivals and events not only in Britain but across the world - the live events page will be updated soon, but in the meantime here is a small list -Risk of Shock 21st June 2012
JP Hall Bangor University Wales
Including works from Richard Garret, Ed Wright, Rob Mackay and the Pelydrau education project as well as performances from rising star clarinettist Sioned Eleri Roberts, Risk of Shock’s 7th concert promises to be an interactive and engaging event second to none.
For more details see www.riskofshock.orgBEAM Festival 22nd – 24th June 2012
Brunel University (London)
BEAM is a high-tech music weekender, a playground of homemade instruments and sonic installations, where you can listen to, watch and learn how to create your own physically living electronic music. BEAM was devised by Artistic Director Sarah Nicolls to explore the potential physicality of electronic music. The focus on electronic music being created LIVE is explored through a programme of performances, demonstrations, installations and workshops. BEAM brings together a global audience of artists, researchers, DIY electronics builders and enthusiasts, from beginners to veterans.
For more details see http://www.beamfestival.com/
Cauldrons and Furnaces 1 July 2012
The Cultural Olympiad in Wales
This exciting three-yearCadw
initiative will showcase the rich cultural diversity of our small nation through a wide range of creative activities ateight historic sites
. These are namely Caernarfon Castle, Harlech Castle, Flint Castle, Denbigh Castle, St Davids Bishop’s Palace, Laugharne Castle, Blaenafon Ironworks and Caerphilly Castle.
Arts Council Wales
Scaledown 27th July
Toronto Electroacoustic Symposium (TES) /
Symposium Électroacoustique de Toronto (SET) 15–18 August 2012. Toronto Canada
Toronto Chair: Emilie LeBel. Keynote Lecturer: Trevor Wishart.
Piece to be performed - Crosswire
ICMC2012 (International Computer Music Conference) 9-15 Sept Ljubljana Slovenia
Since 1974 the International Computer Music Conference has been the major international forum for the presentation of the full range of outcomes from technical and musical research, both musical and theoretical, related to the use of computers in music. This annual conference regularly travels the globe, with recent conferences in the Americas, Europe and Asia. This the conference visits Slovenia for the first time.
The 2012 International Computer Music Conference will be held in Ljubljana, Slovenia. It is organized by IRZU - the Institute for Sonic Arts Research and supported by the Faculty of Computer and Information Science as well as the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana. IRZU is a young non government organization, based on an interdisciplinary concept and is conducting artistic productions in the field of electro-acoustic music / inter-media performances and installations, as well as audio technology research and educational activities. The ICMC 2012 will be held in collaboration with our annual sonic arts festival EarZoom which is becoming a referential international platform for discussing the latest developments within audio technology research well as critical and conceptual approaches in sonic arts practices.
Piece to be performed – Postcards From Home
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