On 10th March I gave a paper about my music and my residency at the British Music Collection at CeReNeM, University of Huddersfield.
I talked a little bit about some of the public-facing work from my residency, including presenting at IAMIC in Poland, curating a Google Cultural Institute Exhibition on new British Music, and programming and commissioning new British music with Dark Inventions.
Central to the talk were some examples of my music written whilst in residence, drawing on themes that I’ve explored as a result of my work. Chaconne was a fairly early piece written as I was studying elements of timbral manipulation, repetition and continuity:
I particularly remember looking at and listening to music by Richard Barrett at this early stage of the residency: