2015 will see the premieres of two major projects: my orchestral work for the BBC Scottish Symphony in May at the Tectonics Festival, and Annie Dorsen's conceptual music-theatre piece Yesterday/Tomorrow, where I am collaborating as musical director, at the Holland Festival in June.
I'm going to be taking part in the Interpretations winter school at Q-o2, Brussels. On the 6th of December I'll be giving a lecture in the afternoon and in the evening, Gwen Rouger will play Artificial Environments No.8. Other contributors to the event include Jennifer Walshe, David Helbich, Peter Ablinger and Angharad Davies.
Street-Souvenir will be broadcast on Radio France on Monday the 17th of November.
Soundinitiative will perform Street-Souvenir for a second time in Paris on the 24th of October.
Ensemble Alter Ego will perform a new version of Artificial Environments Nos.1-5 and Francesco Dillon will premiere Trains for cello and tape at the Villa Romana in Florence on the 4th of October.
The Zak Ensemble will perform Five Famous Adagios for the second time this year as part of a concert on the 5th of October at FUGA, The Budapest Centre for Architecture.
Click here to listen to a podcast of my Darmstadt lecture "Embracing the gap: towards a poetics of sampling."
In August I'll be teaching at the International Summer Course for New Music, Darmstadt. On the 12th of August the young French ensemble Soundinitiative will play Street-Souvenir.
The Ligeti String Quartet will play Five Famous Adagios on the 11th of July in London as part of the Music we'd like to hear series, curated by Tim Parkinson, Markus Trunk and John Lely.
June 2014 will see the audio-visual installation The place you can see and hear visit Töne festival in Kent between the 20th and 22nd, and the AlbaNova early music festival in East Flanders on the 29th.
Mark Knoop will play Artificial Environment No.8 on the 9th of June at a KGNM event in Cologne.
On and Off 2 will be played at the opening event of the nief-norf Summer Festival on May 27th at Furman University, South Carolina.
photo: Tiziana Penna