richard hoadley

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gaggle
triggered
calder's violin
the fluxus tree
three streams
touching sound
ways of making
people move
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upcoming and recent events

performance: december variations (on a theme by earle brown) international computer music conference, university of athens, september 2014
paper: december variations (on a theme by earle brown) university of athens, september 2014 proceedings of the international computer music conference
workshop: interactive music notation and representation workshop dominique fober - grame, lyon, jean bresson - ircam, paris, pierre couprie - iremus, universite paris-sorbonne, paris, yann geslin - ina/grm, paris, richard hoadley - anglia ruskin university, cambridge a part of the nime 2014, goldsmiths university of london, june 30, 2014
workshop: dynamic music and notation through technology workshop presentation by richard hoadley. a part of the universities' week celebration of cutting-edge research, darwin centre, natural history museum, june 9-13, 2014
performance: quantum canticorum performance as a part of quantum², with richard hoadley, jane turner, gareth stuart, anne pidcock museum of contemporary art, barcelona, spain, saturday june 7
paper: variations on a theme by earle brown goldsmiths university of london, may 15-17 2014 a part of the histories, theories and practices of aound art conference
paper: dynamic music notation in quantum canticorum goldsmiths university of london, 1600, wednesday 2nd april 2014 a part of the live algorithms for music symposium
performance: quantum canticorum music: richard hoadley, dance: ann pidcock, clarinet: gareth stuart deptford town hall, goldsmiths university of london, 1845, wednesday 2nd april 2014 a part of the live algorithms for music symposium