The Tilde New Music Festival runs from Saturday 23 to Sunday 24 January 2016 with a variety of composers and artists presenting contemporary music and sound art. I will be involved in several different performances taking place during the Saturday programme at Testing Grounds in Southbank:
- I have been invited to guest curate the first two hours of the festival (2-4pm). For this, I have invited The Phonetic Orchestra to perform several new works composed by members of the group.
- The second half of my curated two hours will be the premiere of a new work composed by myself called Discretions For Ensemble. This is a mutli-layered, complex structure for a large group of improvisers that extends from framework of 30 short improvisations tt Barnaby Oliver and I designed for the launch of our Discretions album in July 2015. Performing Discretions For Ensemble will be: Shani-Mohini Holmes, Tully Sumner, Barnaby Oliver, Chun-liang Liu, Carmen Chan, Sam McAuliffe, Melanie Walters, Rhys Butler, Jennifer Callaway, Stephen Roach and David Seedsman.
- Next on the agenda I will be performing in a new collaboration with Camille Robinson and touring American artist, Stephen Roach.
- Finally, I will be performing Carmen Chan’s Do You See What I Hear? with Carmen, Llara Goodall, and Brigid Burke on projections.
Timetable for these performances:
2pm – The Phonetic Orchestra
3pm – Clinton Green’s Discretions For Ensemble
6pm – Clinton Green/Stephen Roach/Camille Robinson
9pm – Carmen Chan’s Do You See What I Hear?
There are many other wonderful things happening over the festival, view the full programme here