Upcoming Spatial Music Collective related events

Sat 28 Aug, 1pm

Free Dublin Guitar Quartet concert featuring work by Simon Cullen

The Dublin Guitar Quartet are performing a free concert in City Hall tomorrow @ 1pm featuring ‘I was listening to the Angelus’ by Simon Cullen. This work was premiered earlier this month at Smock Alley Theatre.

http://www.cmc.ie/musictrail/events.cfm#dublin-guitar-quartet

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Sunday 29 Aug, 9pm

Lyric FM’s Nova interviews Jonathan Nangle, airs new orchestral work

Jonathan Nangle is profiled on RTÉ Lyric FM’s new music programme, Nova, this Sunday at 9pm.

Tune in to hear the broadcast premiere of his orchestral piece ‘now is night come quietly’, an RTÉ Lyric FM commission with the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra. Jonathan will be talking about the orchestral piece and other aspects of his work in an interview with presenter Bernard Clarke.

http://www.rte.ie/lyricfm/nova/

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Ongoing until 1 Sep

Contemporary Music Trail in Dublin’s Historic Quarter

A free outdoor music trail featuring contemporary music by eight Irish composers playing in various locations around the old part of Dublin.

Developed by Brian Solon in collaboration with the Contemporary Music Centre, the trail can be experienced in multiple ways: in the open air via outdoor speakers, and with headphones using a free augmented reality application for iPhone and Android devices. The trail ends on September 1st.

http://www.cmc.ie/musictrail/trail.cfm

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Tue 7 Aug

Kaleidoscope at Odessa Club, curated by Linda Buckley

“This Kaleidoscope is all about finding points of contact between musics – from the medieval harmonies of Leonin to the modal pared down melodies of John Cage, from Baroque classical and Irish traditional elements colliding and merging in O’ Carolan, to Steve Reich’s minimal ambiance influencing the electronica of The Orb, through to folk and indie interpretations of Song to the Siren.

This is all music that has influenced my own composing, also some of the major people who have impacted on my musical development feature, from my sisters Irene and Annette to my first flute teacher (Conor O’ Connell) displaying his Baroque recorder talents. A sense of community in the interconnectedness of all music…I invite you to come and enjoy some of the music which has inspired me over the years.”  — Linda Buckley

http://www.kaleidoscopenight.com

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Sat 11 Sep

Build your own Binaural Headset – Science Gallery

In this workshop led by Enda Bates, learn about the principles behind the Biorhythm exhibitRemote Ears: Spatial Hearing, find out about binaural microphones and construct your very own binaural headset for use with audio devices such as minidisc recorders and portable mp3/wav recorders.

http://www.sciencegallery.com/events/2010/09/build-your-own-binaural-headset-enda-bates

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Fri 24 Sep

Culture Night: Interactive spatial music installation

Enda Bates’ interactive spatial music installation Sound Swarm will take place in the CMC’s library and consists of a quadraphonic loudspeaker array controlled by a remote wireless controller from the Nintendo Wii games platform. Enda is one of three composers whose work will be presented at the Contemporary Music Centre on Culture Night.

http://cmcireland.wordpress.com/2010/08/19/culture-night-preview/ http://www.culturenight.ie

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