Wednesday 12 November, 7.30pm-9.30pm, Club Inégales
In the first of our 3-part Autumn 2014 Funding Advisory Programme we invite you to a Seminar on funding for Composers and new music creators with speakers from Arts Council England, Brunel University and the Institute of Composing.
The evening will provide a primer on getting new work funded with a focus on ACE applications. There will be a Q & A session and an invitation to create draft proposals for the one-to-one feedback sessions in Part II.
To Register your interest, please enter your name and email in the link here -> Funding.
A range of guests from contemporary folk to free improvisers visit the Euston located club and join the unique form of the evenings: we play – they play – something new/improvised together. Opening the season will be Mercury Prize nominated Folk singer Sam Lee, For more information on the season, reserving tickets and signing up to the newsletter just follow this link -> Club Inégales.
John Croft will have two pieces performed during the Rare Earth concert during the Inside Out Festival (follow the link for more information on this ambitious festival). His revised and improved la terra lagrimosa..una luce vermiglia for cello and electronics will be performed by Séverine Ballon and …du second infini for piano will be performed by Mark Knoop. The entire program and more details can be found here -> Rare Earth.
Performance Space (ALG10), College Building,
City University London, , EC1V 4PB
21 October 2014 at 7pm
Here is a short documentary about the making of Colin Riley’s piece Hanging In The Balance (part of the ongoing Made To Resonate Project) working with Brunel alumni James Waterworth and Kristijonas Dirse. Enjoy.
If you missed the concert back in September, you now find the latest release of Harald Muenz‘s ensemble sprechbohrer performing, among other works, Kurt Schwitters’ “Sonate in Urlauten” (Sonata in Primal Sounds) “the prototypical work at the border between speech and music” on the Wergo label available here -> Ursonate und andere Konsequente Dichtung.
16:30 Wednesday 8 October
ANTR 109, Brunel University
All are welcome!
If you missed The New Experimentalists concert at the Southbank earlier this year (or want to relive the experience), you can catch Jennifer Walshe’s set next weekend on Hear And Now, presented by Sara Mohr-Pietsch, on BBC 3:
Saturday 27 September
BBC RADIO 3