We frequently host concerts, screenings and talks showcasing the work of students, staff and international experts in our field.

Find out about our Latest News, Concerts, Sound / Image Colloquium, Noise Colloquium.

Sound / Image

(November 2015)

An international colloquium on sound and audio-visual practice.


With talks from international experts, screenings and loudspeaker orchestra concerts from artists and composers.

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Manuella Blackburn Concert

(October 2015)

Composer Manuella Blackburn headlined a concert of works on the Loudspeaker Orchestra.
The concert featured works from Manuella and Sound Design Students from Greenwich.

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Drawing towards Sound: Visualising the Sonic

(March / April 2015)
An exhibition, with select performances, examining the interface between the visual and the aural through notation, documentation, performance and video/moving image.


Noise Colloquium

(March 2015)
A two-day colloquium to exploring noise in music and art.


Noise as a concept that embraces the expressive, the idea of noise as a resistance and, through mutating repetition, a catalyst for creative production.

From this perspective noise moves out of the solely auditory register into a multisensory realm of non- representational logic.

The event welcomed international musicians and artists including Nicholas Collins from the University of Chicago, David Toop from London College of Communication, Atau Tanaka from Goldsmiths, Rie Nakajima and Dirty Electronics.

Stille Lyd

(January 2015)
A surround sound concert of electroacoustic music works performed by loudspeaker orchestra.


Collaboration with the Norwegian Centre for Technology in Music and the Arts (NOTAM), featuring works composed by Andrew Hill, with pieces by contemporary composers based at NOTAM, and a performance of the original four channel version of the piece ‘Solitaire’ by the Norwegian composer Arne Nordheim, which provided inspiration for the project.

This project was supported by the British Council and Arts Council England, NOTAM and Production Network for Electronic Art (PNEK).

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