All events are free of charge, however, please prebook tickets so that we can safely manage the number of attendees beforehand.
NAT# performs her intense acid rave, howling with psychotic chaos - brought to us from the Seychelles via Cumbria. 170 bpm and faster! NikNak starts the evening with a piece for 2 decks and electronics, exploring the sonic relationship between vinyl crackles and the rain.TICKETS
Marie-Jeanne Wyckmans presents a concert of her multichannel works, including a world premiere and extracts of her latest release on Empreintes DIGITALes. The evening will start with Ángela Hoyos Gómez's retro-futuristic immersion into imaginable multilingual and trans-species transmissions.TICKETS
Dai Hall (17:30-18:30)
AME Alvin Lucier Concert (with Scott McLaughlin)
In a tea-time concert curated by our friends at AME: Scott McLaughlin brings to us a selection of Alvin Lucier's (1931-2021) seminal works.TICKETS
Javier Garavaglia and Claudia Robles-Angel bring us a set where their works intertwine - joining multichannel acousmatic sensitivity, interactive mixed music and audiovisual pieces. Opening for them, improvisers Mark Hanslip (saxophone) and Ted Moore (electronics), appear for the first time as what promises to be an explosive duo.TICKETS
UoH G01 (12:30-18:00)
Creative Code Lab Symposium
An afternoon of presentations about creative and technical endeavours, featuring commented demonstrations from Francesco Cameli, Ted Moore, Claudia Robles Angel and Javier A. Garavaglia.TICKETS
Rian Treanor gives us a new site-specific multichannel performance that explores anti-symmetry, oblique digital synthesis, and extreme pattern deformation - forcing dynamic contrasts between density, tonality, and locality. Starting the evening, Rachael Gibson will premiere her piece for baritone guitar and electronics.TICKETS
Dai Hall (21:00-23:00)
A late night gig hosted and curated by our friends at AME: Joanne Armitage presents a live-coding set, followed with a performance by Edward Cullenary.TICKETS
Timothy Didymus will be hosting an installation each day from 17:00 until 19:30pm in the Atrium of the Richard Steinitz building at the University of Huddersfield.
An instrument which could be thought of simply as 'musical glasses', more technically as an ‘acoustic resonance', or an 'idiophone automata'. For Electric Spring, Kosmische Glass has been especially programmed to explore over 1016 million chord progressions.
(UoH G01) - G01, University of Huddersfield, signed entrance outside the Richard Steinitz Building
(Phipps) - Phipps Hall, University of Huddersfield
(Dai Hall) - Dai Hall, Victoria Ln, Huddersfield HD1 2QF
(Atrium) - Atrium of the Richard Steinitz Building, University of Huddersfield