Tag Archives: University of Southampton

‘Piano Trio (with whistles)’ performance in November

I’m delighted that Aisha Orazbayeva (violin), Alice Purton (‘cello) and Mark Knoop (piano) will perform a slightly revised version of my Piano Trio (with whistles) at Turner Sims, Southampton, on 27 November as part of the University of Southampton Music Department Professional Lunchtime Concert Series. Deal Festival commissioned this work in 2015 and the main change I’ve made is deleting the second movement! The trio will also be performing Klarenz Barlow’s 1981 and Walter Zimmerman’s Ephemer.

Aisha Orazbayeva

The Loop Project – Turner Sims Concert Hall – Southampton – 05/02/17

What
The Loop Project
When
Sunday, February 5, 2017
7:00pm - All Ages Buy Tickets
Where
University of Southampton
Southampton
Other Info
Premiere of reworked version of 'Loop Concerto' (2013) for jazz trio and ensemble (originally solo piano and orchestra). Performance featuring Ivo Neame (piano), Jasper Holby (bass) and Jon Scott (drums) alongside students and staff, The HARTLEY Loop Orchestra, from the University of Southampton Music Department. Concert also to include new Piano Concertino by Andrew Fisher and works by Mozart and Gavin Bryars.

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Workers Union Ensemble @ Turner Sims Concert Hall

What
Workers Union Ensemble @ Turner Sims Concert Hall
When
Monday, October 28, 2013
1:00pm - All Ages
Where
University of Southampton
Southampton
Other Info
Performance at Turner Sims Concert Hall as part of the University of Southampton Music @ 1pm series including new works by Danny Saleeb, Matthew Kaner and Joe Cutler.

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New Interfaces for Music Expression Conference

I am off to Ann Arbour, Michigan USA, in May for the 12th International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME). I’ll be presenting a demo of the ‘Interactive Music Awareness Programme’ (IMAP) for Cochlear Implant Users I’ve developed with the ‘Compositions for Cochlear Implantees’ team at the University of Southampton. Should be some fantastic concerts and stuff to see while I’m there.

Music workshops for cochlear implant users at the University of Southampton

You can read a review of the first set of a series of workshops for cochlear implant users run by a team of us at the University of Southampton, where I am working as a research assistant composer. The workshops were good fun and really positively received.