Category Archives: Singing in spaces

Singing in Space(s): virtual acoustics in musical perception, performance and composition

Talk at Huddersfield University – Thursday 16th December 2018.  Music always happens in acoustic space — for centuries composers and musicians have exploited the relationship between music and acoustics to great effect. Acoustic science has moved on huge strides from … Continue reading

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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: http://www.york.ac.uk/news-and-events/news/2013/events/architexture/

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