A new 25-minute work for mixed choir, string quartet and electronics entitled Music from Public Places will premiere at the Donaueschinger Musiktage on October 14th by the SWR Vokalensemble Stuttgart and Améi Quartett with a second performance the following day. More details can be found here.
This year's edition of Mikromusik in Berlin taking place between the 1st and 4th of September will feature my audio-visual installation The place you can see and hear, and performances of Five Famous Adagios by the Arditti Quartet and of Harmonizing (Artificial Environment No.7) by Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart. More details can be found here.
I'll be giving a talk on May 31st at the Sound Studies course of the the UDK, Berlin. It's entitled On Audio-Visual Correspondences.
Elisa Medinilla will play Artificial Environment No.8 and I'll be taking part in a panel discussion at the "Wirklichkeiten" Conference , Stuttgart Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst between May 19th and 21st.
April 20th sees a DAAD presentation of my work at the DAAD gallery in Berlin. I will be in conversation with Lydia Rilling, there will be a screening of my film, The Grand Tour, and Mathis Mayr will perform Trains for solo cello and electronics.
This year's MaerzMusik festival in Berlin features three concerts from Plus-Minus. The first of these at 19.30 on the 14th of March will comprise two pieces from the Artificial Environments series: Artificial Environments Nos.1-5 for chamber ensemble and No.8 for solo piano.
Also at MaerzMusik, on the 12th of March at 18:00 and 22:00, there will be two performances of Yesterday/Tomorrow, a piece I collaborated on with the American theatre-maker Annie Dorsen.
As of January 2016, I am very pleased to announce that I will be living in Berlin as a fellow of the DAAD Berliner Künstlerprogramm.
On Tuesday the 10th of November at the Royal Northern College of Music, Oliver Coates will give the UK premiere of Trains for cello and tape as part of Decontamination #4, curated by Larry Goves.
The Ligeti Quartet will play Five Famous Adagios at The Firth Hall, University of Sheffield, on the 27th of October.
I've curated this year's Cut and Splice Festival. It will take place on the 25th and 26th of September at London's Cafe Oto and Plus-Minus will be performing. It's co-produced by Sound and Music and BBC Radio 3. Buy Tickets here.
Scenatet, Shila Anaraki and myself we do three performances of Analogue, for string trio and camera obscura on July 12th as part of the Heroines of Sound Festival, Berlin.