Sjórinn Shanty for Choir

I do love making artwork for my #music if I get the chance. #sjórinn #shantyfor #choir with a #seafarers #seashanty work rhythm. #reykjavik #hull#composer #composition #storytelling #faded #ink #stamps and #scribbly #fonts . .

Reflections over Verisimilitude, Hull UK City of Culture edition

My Moving Classics Kammerkor Sudurlands Iceland commission titled ‘Reflections over Verisimilitude’ is going to be performed at John Grant’s North Atlantic Flux: Sounds from Smoky Bay in Hull city centre during the early May bank holiday, last weekend of April. We will be working with local Hull singers. Each singer wears a microphone that picks up their voice byContinue reading “Reflections over Verisimilitude, Hull UK City of Culture edition”

Cycle Festival Iceland concert videos

Filmmaker Brian FitzGibbon has documented my newest work ‘Reflections over Verisimilitude’ concert in wonderful videos which are now available on my Youtube channel. The concert visuals are by Jacob Tekiela. Embedded below is the second work of the concert. Performed by the South Iceland Chamber Choir, directed by Hilmar Örn Agnarsson, at the Cycle Festival for MusicContinue reading “Cycle Festival Iceland concert videos”

Á – SKETCHING OUT ‘REFLECTIONS OVER VERISIMILITUDE’ #5

Next week Saturday, Cycle Festival, Iceland will feature a performance of a collection of six new works of mine titled ‘Reflections over Verisimilitude’. The South Iceland Chamber Choir will be singing alongside their own echoes diffused over multiple speakers and their filmed counterparts in various fictional landscapes. These echoes navigate through space, history and fiction. Ááááááááá It beginsContinue reading “Á – SKETCHING OUT ‘REFLECTIONS OVER VERISIMILITUDE’ #5”

Gloria Omnia – SKETCHING OUT ‘REFLECTIONS OVER VERISIMILITUDE’ #4

Friday Night Disco! Cycle Festival, Iceland, will feature a performance of a collection of six new works of mine titled ‘Reflections over Verisimilitude’. The South Iceland Chamber Choir will be singing alongside their own echoes diffused over multiple speakers and their filmed counterparts in various fictional landscapes. These echoes navigate through space, history and fiction. ‘Gloria Omnia’Continue reading “Gloria Omnia – SKETCHING OUT ‘REFLECTIONS OVER VERISIMILITUDE’ #4”

Djúpalónsdóttir & Hellnarsson – SKETCHING OUT ‘REFLECTIONS OVER VERISIMILITUDE’ #3

Cycle Festival, Iceland will feature a concert of six new works of mine bundled in the title ‘Reflections over Verisimilitude’. The South Iceland Chamber Choir will be singing alongside their own echoes diffused over multiple speakers as if you’re standing in various fictional landscapes. These echoes navigate through space, history and fiction. The initial concept for thisContinue reading “Djúpalónsdóttir & Hellnarsson – SKETCHING OUT ‘REFLECTIONS OVER VERISIMILITUDE’ #3”

Eru Ur – sketching out ‘Reflections over Verisimilitude’ #2

On October 29th Cycle Festival, Iceland will feature a concert of six new works of mine bundled in the title ‘Reflections over Verisimilitude’. South Iceland Chamber Choir will be singing alongside their echoes diffused over multiple speakers as if you’re standing in various fictional landscapes. The echoes navigate through space, history and fiction. One of the six songsContinue reading “Eru Ur – sketching out ‘Reflections over Verisimilitude’ #2”

Sjórinn Shanty – sketching out ‘Reflections over Verisimilitude’

Next month the Cycle Festival, Iceland will feature a concert of six new works of mine bundled in the title ‘Reflections over Verisimilitude’. South Iceland Chamber Choir will be singing alongside their echoes diffused over multiple speakers as if you’re standing in various fictional landscapes. The echoes navigate through space, history and fiction. . After three quite abstractContinue reading “Sjórinn Shanty – sketching out ‘Reflections over Verisimilitude’”