Every year the JdP’s MASH New Music Marathon presents an evening-long festival concert of experimental music, live electronics, contemporary classical instrumental music and video. This year’s concert features Ensemble Isis performing the work of British composer Howard Skempton; the English premiere of Arturas Bumšteinas’s solo piano piece, ‘Armchair Traveller’s Delight’; and the extraordinary live electronic performance art of Marco Donnarumma which fuses elements of biophysical sensing, artificial intelligence and neurorobotics.
Liveness, Hybridity and Noise is a new series of talks, concerts and workshops convened by Professor Martyn Harry focusing on experimentalism and contemporary classical music, with most events live-streamed by the JdP. Three times a term invited composers will give lectures at the JdP, St Hilda’s College on a range of topics pertaining to composition, creative collaboration and live electronics that will provide the basis for a vibrant scholarly and interdisciplinary dialogue between composers, performers, academics and audiences.
All our LHN events will be livestreamed for free on our website. Click here to watch.