UPCOMING EVENTS 

16-19 October 2020: premiere of collaboration with Michèle Saint-Michel on an experimental film for the House of Beautiful Business's festival, The Great Wave.

24 October 2020: premiere of commission for postcard-sized pieces performed by RIT students on Zoom/Facebook Live.

2 December 2020: Kompass Ensemble patchwork-composition premiere including an extract from postcard-sized pieces (Hochschule für Musik Freiburg, Germany).

27 March 2020: premiere of commission for postcard-sized pieces by fivebyfive as part of their Compost Talks series on Zoom.

PAST EVENTS

2020

3 October 2020: premiere of Continuum for Soundwave 3.0 festival

28 August - 6 September 2020: an outside space (2020) commissioned by SparkedEcho for Electric Medway, a new digital arts festival.

27 June: postcard-sized pieces by Ret Frem Ensemble (online).

18 June: Far Infrared 3.0 (Free Range Orchestra) for Free Range TV (online).

21 May: Huia installation during the Postgraduate Research Association Conference 2020 (Canterbury Christ Church University/online).

23 April: postcard-sized pieces by Montrose Composers' Club (Phil Self, Matt Brown, Anna Braithwaite and Sophie Stone) (online).

9 April: Montrose Composers' Club (Phil Self, Matt Brown, Anna Braithwaite, Aidan Shepherd and Sophie Stone) Isolation Consequences for Free Range TV (online).

22 March: Video postcard of postcard-sized pieces by Alwynne Pritchard for Recorded Delivery (Norway/online).

5 March: Free Women Improvisation with Anna Braithwaite (The Glassworks, Folkestone).

29 February: Performances and Soundtracks with Montrose Composers’ Club for Waking the Giant (Fort Burgoyne, Dover). Soundtrack collaboration with film by artist Matt Rowe.

22 February: Workshop and concert with Emmanuelle Waeckerle, Sound to Image in Folkestone as part of Profound Sound Festival 2020 (Brewery Tap, Folkestone).

19 February: Far Infrared 3.0 for organ and electronics (Lauren Redhead and Alistair Zaldua) at Electric Spring Festival (University of Huddersfield).

14 February: Far Infrared 3.0 for organ and electronics (Lauren Redhead and Alistair Zaldua) for Automatronic concert series (St Stephen's Church, Bristol).

8 February: Far Infrared 3.0 for organ and electronics (Lauren Redhead and Alistair Zaldua) at Ideas of Noise (Birmingham).

23-25 January: Amalgamations for quartet by Splinter Cell String Quartet and Far Infrared 3.0 by Free Range Orchestra for WinterSound 2020 (Daphne Oram Building for the Creative Arts, Canterbury Christ Church University).

 

9-11 January: Workshop of Amalgamations for piano with Alexsander Szram at the RMA/BFE Research Students’ Conference 2020 (The Open University, Milton Keynes).

 

2019

12 December: Huia during ‘Art of the Lost’ show (Daphne Oram Building for the Creative Arts, Canterbury Christ Church University).

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7 December: Far Infrared 3.0 by Sophie Stone, Jason Hodgson, Natalie Salerno and Grant Gover for ‘Drone Tower’ (Westgate Towers, Canterbury).

21 November: Far Infrared 3.0 by Orchestra in the Shape of a Pear (The Woodman, Birmingham).

15 November: Amalgamations for viola by Anne Leilehua Lanzilotti for The 20/19 Project: Apart and Together (Daphne Oram Creative Arts Building, Canterbury Christ Church University).

28 October: Amalgamations for quartet by the Leon String Quartet for Canterbury Festival Maxwell Davies Memorial Prize: Composition Competition (St Gregory’s Centre for Music, Canterbury Christ Church University).

6 October: Far Infrared 3.0 by Free Range Orchestra for ‘Everywhere: Everywhen’: Margate Now Festival 2019 (The Turner Contemporary, Margate).

26 July: Workshop and performance of Amalgamations for quartet (Alistair Zaldua (violin), Lauren Redhead (accordion), Peter Nagle (cello) and Elizabeth Hilliard (voice)) during the Music and/as Process Conference 2019 (Institute of Contemporary Music Performance, London). 

30 June: Publication of ‘Pattern, Form and Silence in Amalgamations, an Extended Duration Work’ in the New Sound International Journal of Music. Available to read for free, here.

24 June - 1July: Composers meet Composers (Heim.Art, Neufelden, Austria). With Wandelweiser composers: Antoine Beuger, Joachim Eckl, Marianne Schuppe, Emmanuelle Waeckerle and Jurg Frey. Participants: Sophie Stone, Anne Leilehua Lanzilotti, Alex Nikiporenko, Masaya Ozaki and Noah Jenkins. Performances of Far Infrared 3.0 (for 10 players) and Amalgamations for Viola (Anne Leilehua Lanzilotti).

29 May: Centre for Practice Based Research in the Arts: Work in Progress Day 2019 (Canterbury Christ Church University).

22 May: Continuum (15.1 surround) at Transformations, Postgraduate Research Association Conference 2019 (Canterbury Christ Church University).

7 April: Far Infrared 3.0 (30') by Free Range Orchestra (St Gregory's Centre for Music, Canterbury Christ Church University).

28 March: Far Infrared 3.0 by Free Range Orchestra for Free Range (Garage Coffee, Canterbury).

15-17 February: Sound Thought Festival 2019. A 30’ minute quadraphonic installation of Continuum, Glasgow.

14-15 January: Hibernus Opus Continuum at WinterSound 2019 (Sidney Cooper Gallery, Canterbury Christ Church University).

10-12 January: Presented a paper on ‘Form in the notation and performance of Amalgamations (2016), an extended duration work’ at British Forum for Ethnomusicology/Royal Musical Association Research Students’ Conference 2019 (University of Sheffield).

 

2018

29 October: Winner of the Maxwell Davies Memorial Prize for Far Infrared 2.0 (Splinter Cell: Heledd Wright, Sam Corkin, Martin Outram and David Knotts) for the  Canterbury Festival Composition Competition by Judged by Paul Patterson, Anna Braithwaite and Jack Hues (St Gregory's Centre for Music, Canterbury Christ Church University).

22 October: Amalgamations for organ performed by Lauren Redhead for Automatronic: New Music for Organ and Electronics (Canterbury Festival, Canterbury Christ Church University).

13 October: Amalgamations for organ performed by Lauren Redhead for Automatronic: Waves of Sound (Corpus Christi College Chapel, University of Cambridge).

14 September: ‘New manifestoes for process in music’, themed session with the Music and/as Process group (RMA Annual Conference, University of Bristol). 

30 June: “As Sure as Time…” at Music and/as Process Annual Conference: Music and Language (Edinburgh Napier University).

31 May-1 June: Continuum at the Centre for Practice Based Research in the Arts Conference 2018 (Coleridge Annexe, Canterbury Christ Church University).

30 May: Presented a paper on the 'form in the notation and performance of Amalgamations' at the Arts and Humanities Faculty Research Conference (Canterbury Christ Church University).

24 May: Presented a paper on “As Sure as Time…” and installation at Postgraduate Research Association Conference 2018: Crossing Boundaries: Beyond and Across Academia (Canterbury Christ Church University).

13 March: Presented PhD research at a Work in Progress Session for the Centre for Practice Based Research in the Arts (Canterbury Christ Church University).

15 January: Amalgamations for organ by Ben Scott (Holy Trinity Church, Folkestone).

12 January: Continuum (Splinter Cell: Heledd Wright, Alison Holford, James Widden and Tom Jackson) at the WinterSound 2018 (Sidney Cooper Gallery, Canterbury Christ Church University).

5 January: Presented a paper and installation of “As Sure as Time…” at the British Forum for Ethnomusicology/Royal Musical Association Research Students’ Conference 2018 (University of Huddersfield).

 

2017

13 November: Co-authored article on ‘Performing Temporal Processes’ by Sophie Stone, Dr Alistair Zaldua, Dr Steve Gisby and Dr Lauren Redhead published by New Sound: International Journal of Music. The article is available to read for free here.

9 September: Performance of “As Sure as Time…” followed by a roundtable discussion with the Music and/as Process study group at the Royal Musical Association Annual Conference 2017 (University of Liverpool).

1 July: “As Sure as Time…” at Performing Indeterminacy: An International Conference (Clothworkers Centenary Hall, University of Leeds).

2 June: Paper and installation of ”As Sure as Time…” at the Arts and Humanities Faculty Research Conference 2017 (St Gregory’s Centre for Music, Canterbury Christ Church University).

10 May: “As Sure as Time…” at the PhD Composer’s Concert (St Gregory’s Centre for Music, Canterbury Christ Church University).

6 February: Workshop with Splinter Cell for Continuum project, Canterbury Christ Church University.

30 January: Workshop with flautist Heledd Wright for Continuum project, Canterbury Christ Church University.

6 January: “As Sure as Time…” at the British Forum for Ethnomusicology/Royal Musical Association Research Students’ Conference 2017 (Sidney Cooper Gallery, Canterbury Christ Church University).

 

2016

19 November: Amalgamations for organ by Lauren Redhead for Automatronic: ‘Encounters’ (St Laurence Church, Catford, London).

24 October: Amalgamations for organ by Lauren Redhead for Automatronic: 'New Music for Organ and Electronics’ (Canterbury Festival, Canterbury Christ Church University Chapel).

 

2015

June: Three Movements for Piano and Percussion by Christopher Hills and Daniela Gajdosova (Canterbury Christ Church University).

May: Suite for Clarinet Trio by Sophie Stone, Victoria Matthews and Daniela Gajdosova (St Gregory’s Centre for Music, Canterbury Christ Church University). 

9 March: Workshop and performance of Far Infrared with Splinter Cell (Canterbury Christ Church University).

9 February: Workshop and performance of Apophenia by Ian Pace (St Gregory’s Centre for Music, Canterbury Christ Church University).

2014

28 November: Workshop of Confabulation with the Maggini Quartet and Sir Peter Maxwell Davies (Canterbury Christ Church University).

March: Workshop of String Quartet No. 1 with the Maggini Quartet (Canterbury Christ Church University).

January: Workshop with John Harle for Three Movements for Soprano Saxophone and Electronics (Canterbury Christ Church University).

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