Category Archives: Singing in spaces

Architexture II video released

Our video of the fantastic Architexture II for choir and augmented acoustic – performed in the Museum Gardens, York in September 2015 is now on-line. Massive thanks to Ambrose Field who composed the music specially for the reconstructed acoustic of … Continue reading

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York Theatre Royal – sounding good

Hanging out at York Theatre Royal (in the cafe) this afternoon, I managed a sneak preview of the newly refurbished main auditorium.  It looks fantastic (my photography doesn’t do it justice) and is sounding good.  The sound proofing between auditorium and … Continue reading

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Architexture I – Ambrose Field

Thrilled to have worked with composer Ambrose Field – capturing impulse response of York’s medieval Guildhall which he used in his composition of Architexture I Lots more information about the piece:

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Singing volunteers needed!

Are you a singer? Interested in concert hall acoustics? I’m looking for volunteer singers to take part in my PhD research project which studies singing and room acoustics. If you are willing to come and sing in the “Virtual Singing … Continue reading

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