Welcome to Day 2 of the Midlands New Music Symposium!
To help navigate the symposium we have embedded all of the presentations and concerts that took place on day 2 below. Abstracts, programme notes, and biographies can be found in the Symposium Programme
Viewing Experience we recommend delegates load each presentation session and concert in YouTube. To do so, click on title in the embedded video. This will open the session playlist in YouTube. Where relevant presentations will play in order, as listed in the symposium programme. You can select a specific video within playlist by clicking on the icon located to the right of the video title in YouTube. Please note that abstracts and biographies are located in the respective video description in YouTube.
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Day 2 Programme
Presentation Session 4
Ilya Ziblat Shay; Jenn Kirby; Georgios Varoutsos; Phil Tomsett
Presentation Session 4 Live Q&A
Recital Session 2
David Cotter; Davide Sciacca
Recital Session 2 Live Q&A
- Crossing the Firth, Anselm McDonnell
- Bunyi Sunyi, Fahmi Mursyid
- Hauntology, H. P. McGowan
- Interview, Han geul Lee
- Tree Life Sands, Janet Oates with Alfie Crews
- Do Androids Dream of Procedural Raindrops?, Sam Mitchell
- FYR, Zuriñe F Gerenabarrena
Acousmatic Concert live Q&A
Presentation Session 5
Tom Armstrong; James Helgeson; Stephen Crowe; Kate Ledger, Angela Guyton, & James Redelinghuys.
Presentation Session 5 Live Q&A
For this roundtable session, delegates were invited to join symposium co-chairs Duncan MacLeod & Elizabeth Kelly (NottFAR, University of Nottingham) to discuss findings from the symposium and to consider how new music practitioners have responded to the pandemic and any positive developments that have arisen out of the pandemic which we may wish to explore and carry forward as we (hopefully) move into the post-pandemic landscape.
FEEDBACK To help shape future symposia, we’d like to hear your thoughts on what opportunities you feel are available to network, share practice and ideas. As such, we’d appreciate it if you could spare a moment to complete our survey.
Closing Concert feat. Carla Rees & rarescale
- Ballade for the Death of a Dove, Talia Erdal
- Sur la crête d’un enfer À contempler les fleurs, Jean-Patrick Besingrand
- Desert Places, Florence Maunders
- Jingzhe, Kaiyi Kao
- Stratus, Michael Cryne
- Notturno, Marina Romani
- Pi Music, Marc Hyland
- Moment, David Bennett Thomas