Celestial Bodies

New work for silent disco headphones premiered 29th June in Bournemouth St Peters Church then performed at Sherborne Abbey 5 – 7th July and Nothe Fort, Weymouth, Saturday 13th July 2019.

Under the moon

Starting to put sounds together for Celestial Bodies sound track to the Dorset Moon, commissioned by The Arts Development Company. It will be premiered at St. Peters Church, Bournemouth Saturday 29th June via silent disco under Luc Jerram’s awesome “Museum of the Moon” check out this mini clip to see my work in progress:

Celestial Bodies #Dorset Moon 2019 produced by Activate, b-side festival, Bournemouth Arts by the Sea

Under the Moon

I am thrilled to be writing new work for the Dorset Moon

Celestial Bodies is a soundtrack for the Dorset Moon. Transmitted by silent disco, the listener is taken on a sonic journey moving through ethereal soundscapes, words and beats.

This work will be played at Bournemouth and Weymouth locations. More details to follow!

Dorset Moon

Produced by Dorset Festival Consortium:

b-side, Bournemouth Arts by the Sea Festival, Inside Out Dorset

Commissioned by: Arts development Company

Funded by: ACE + European Development Fund

museum of ecoacoustic phenomena

It was great to perform at this event at the Bournemouth Natural Science Museum on Sunday 5th May 2019. It was part of BEAF and a great way to try out new material for cello and live electronics using ableton live. It was also amazing to hear such varied work, much inspired by the environmental sounds around us, check out more information at DIVA contemporary webpage : https://divacontemporary.org.uk/audio/the-museum-of-ecoacoustic-phenomena/ and BU research blog: https://blogs.bournemouth.ac.uk/research/2019/05/03/museum-of-ecoacoustic-phenomena-at-bournemouth-emerging-arts-fringe/

Airton Meeting House

EAP Research Collective

Silence, listening, performing, responding to landscapes and dreams…

I have known the artist David Littler for quite a while, and worked with him on his Yan Tan Tethera combined arts project, Cecil Sharp House in London a few years ago. So when he got in contact about performing in a concert and collaborating on one of his new tracks in his new music project, Scotton Drive, I was very excited to be involved. David has been researching textiles and music for a long time, and more information about his practice can be found on his website http://davidlittler.tumblr.com/

As part of my recent research (DYCP) funded by Arts Council England I had been developing new work for cello and electronics, and wanted to try this new work out publicly. So the opportunity to perform my new piece Soliloquy along with David’s music seemed like a great opportunity.

I travelled up to…

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