Things have been hectic back in Hamilton. Lots going on with the various activities at Wintec School of Media Arts, plus a range of other fun projects! Looking forward to getting stuck into a couple of film scores, and a new collection of piano music.
Some of the more recent highlights are as follows:
Last night saw Ben Hoadley perform my “the effect of bundled sticks on sound” for bassoon and FX at the Auckland Art Gallery for the launch of the Auckland Art Gallery Foundation – a hugely fun Dada themed multisensory dinner (with food by Peter Gordon). Great to be able to present this piece in such an interesting environment!
And here a review from the concert where this piece was premiered in Wellington in March this year. Video soon to be released as part of the SOUNZ Resound project.
In other news,
“L.O.Q.Shun” – a film by Dan Inglis featuring vocals by Julia Booth – Singer and myself, has been selected to screen at Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision as part of the Wellington Underground Film Festival WUFF for 2016. 3 nights of underground films:
26-28 May, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
If you are in Wellington on Saturday 27th come along a check out L.O.Q.Shun along with all the other films.
Continuing in film news, BREAKERY, a short comedy film by Chasing Time Productions has been selected for more festivals. The list now includes: Arohanui International Film Festival 2015 | Texas Independent Film Festival 2016 | High Desert International Film Festival 2016 | Rialto Channel Screening 2016 | Princeton Film Festival 2016 | Skyline Film Festival 2016 | Hudson Valley Comedy Film Festival 2016 | deadCENTER Film Festival 2016
New album “CONVERSATIONS” is nearly ready for release! I know I have been saying that for awhile now, but just finalising all the details etc. A collection of works for solo instrumentalist and fixed media. Working with a number of excellent performer/collaborators!
And finally, a new piece of ambient atmospheric music – a sonic sculpture is available for you to get immersed in. The piece is called “SONDER“. Have a listen here: