Just in case you missed them, here is a collection of the recordings I have released in the past year! Film soundtracks and a 'poppy' back catalogue thing:
My new album with Julia Booth is available now. Get your digital copy here. It costs about the same as a good cup of coffee, but will last you much longer! All funds made from the sale of this album will go towards the recording costs of a new collaborative project with Julia! So if [...]
Things continue to be busy... but rewardingly so. Working on music with Chris Lam Sam, a performance workshop with the NZTrio, collaborative discussions with food scientists and perfumers, a trip to Nelson for the Composers Workshop, and collaborations with Otago Arts Fellows. Also coming up: IMAGINED LANDSCAPES A concert of multimedia music at Marama Hall [...]
The video for Flutter is now online! Watch it here: Flutter from Jeremy Mayall on Vimeo.
Things have been pretty hectic since the premiere of 'Flutter' and 'Cut Away the Masts' at the Otago Museum. I am very much looking forward to sharing some photos, videos and recordings of this music! It was a very rewarding performance - working with great people. It was incredibly moving the first time hearing the [...]
Yesterday marked the start of a week for premieres including: - He korokoro tūī : a soundscape for a site-specific dance work by Karen Barbour, featuring taonga puoro by Alistair Fraser. This will be premiered at a conference held at Waikato University. - Flutter and Cut Away the Masts on Saturday at the Otago Museum. But first, was [...]
At the end of November I am presenting a concert at the Otago Museum which will feature the world premiere of two new pieces: Flutter and Cut Away the Masts. This is all being put together as part of my work as the Mozart Fellow at the University of Otago Music Department. 1) Flutter - a multi-sensory, site-specific performance piece [...]
There has been a lot going on in the past few weeks! Thought it must be about time I did an update. I am still working away at the post-production of the recordings of my PhD Concert. Both in the way of audio mixing and video editing with Dan Inglis. The audio part of this process [...]