Tempo Magazine profile

Next issue of Cambridge University Press’ Tempo Magazine will feature a profile article by Christopher Fox about my work and how I got to where I am. Artistically. Additionally, David Kim-Boyle sheds a light on my panoramic scores from an audience perspective in his ‘Reframing The Listening Experience Through The Projected Score.’ . .

Étude for Athlète, Soprano and Viola (2012)

A work in Tinnemans’ strand of Music for Non-Musicians which are mixed discipline works incorporating techniques to create sounds or rhythms as a bi-product of the action that cause them, such as a queue of gymnasts doing their run-jump-crashmat-landing drill. The activities themselves aren’t necessarily about sound and can be produced by anyone from within this discipline. These parts areContinue reading “Étude for Athlète, Soprano and Viola (2012)”

Shakespeare and Hedgeshear (2007 and 2014)

Also known as Shakespeare Und Heckenschere A work in Tinnemans’ strand of Music for Non-Musicians which are mixed discipline works incorporating techniques to create sounds or rhythms as a bi-product of the action that cause them, such as a queue of gymnasts doing their run-jump-crashmat-landing drill. The activities themselves aren’t necessarily about sound and canContinue reading “Shakespeare and Hedgeshear (2007 and 2014)”