We frequently host concerts, screenings and talks showcasing the work of students, staff and international experts in the field.
These concerts are open to the public and give our students the opportunity to be heard alongside world leading artists.
We are delighted to announced the very special guests who will be joining us for SOUND/IMAGE19. Annette Vande Gorne Annette Vande Gorne can be heard in concert (more than 500) in many European countries, as well as Canada, China and South America, presenting repertory works of acousmatics in addition to her own works, usually on […]
Real world sounds are transformed, manipulated and restructured to explore the juxtaposition of real, abstract and surreal soundworlds. Annie Mahtani’s work explores electronic music composition in all its facets, from acousmatic music to free improvisation and including collaborations within dance, theatre and site-specific installations. With a strong interest in field recording, her work often explores […]
An eclectic programme of field recordings, noise and drone music from this local independent label. Linear Obsessional is a label for limited edition CDs and records, and for unlimited free/name-your-price digital recordings of experimental and improvised music, and other sounds that fall between the cracks of category and genre. https://www.linearobsessional.org/index.html RESERVE A PLACE HERE: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/linear-obsessional-loudspeaker-orchestra-concert-tickets-50327999401 […]
On the 4th December we were delighted to welcome Barry Truax to present an an extended concert as part of our Loudspeaker Orchestra concert series. Lucky Sound Design students were also able to book up for one-to-one tutorials with Barry providing insights and advice on their compositional projects. ————— Barry Truax is a composer of […]
Call for contributions: Electroacoustic Music in Great Britain: Past/Present/Future (26th / 27th January 2019) Marking the 40th anniversary of the founding of EMAS (The Electroacoustic Music Association of Great Britain) Electroacoustic Music in Great Britain: Past/Present/Future seeks to explore the varied history, and vibrant present, of electroacoustic music practice in the UK. In celebration of […]
We were delighted to invite Simon Emmerson to present a concert of works in the beautiful musical church of St Alfege. This was a sublime event. The first of many in the space. View the full collection of images here.
We are delighted to announce our 2018/19 Loudspeaker Orchestra Concert series. One Record Label Launch, Two Weekend Colloquia, Eleven Loudspeaker Orchestra Concerts A diversity of musical styles and approaches from an international array of leading composers.
Dear Sound Designers, It’s almost time to begin another year and I am very much looking forward to welcoming you back to Greenwich. Geoff and the technicians have been busy over the summer with upgrades to the studios and we look forward to receiving some new equipment over the next few weeks which will begin […]
The first of our 2017/18 concert season, this loudspeaker orchestra concert presents works created by Composers and Sound Designers at the University of Greenwich alongside special guest Adam Stanović. This is a great opportunity to experience a concert of ‘spatial audio’. Composers will use live surround sound diffusion mixing to perform their pieces spatially within […]
Abstracted Journeys, a composition by Andrew Hill (Lecturer in Sound Design and Music Technology, and Programme Leader of the BA Sound Design programme at Greenwich), is to be performed as part of the 35th General Assembly of International Confederation of Electroacoustic Music CIME, Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, September 25 – 28, 2017. One of three compositions […]
Loudspeaker Orchestra Student Showcase – May 25th, 6:30pm Students from Sound Design and Greenwich present their sound and audiovisual works on the Loudspeaker Orchestra, marking the climax of the 2017 academic year. This is an opportunity for students to showcase their work to the public. To join them we invite students from the University of […]
On the 20th January we welcomed composer Brona Martin to present a concert of her multichannel compositions alongside works by Sound Design students. Her works explore our relationship to sounds though memory and montage. Find out more: http://www.bronamartin.com
SOUND/IMAGE COLLOQUIUM 2016 Sound/Image Colloquium: Exploring sonic and audio-visual practice On the 12-13 November 2016 we held another highly successful Sound/ Image colloquium. We invited speakers from over ten countries to share their work and ideas around audio-visual practice, exploring the relationships between sounds and images, and the images which sounds can construct by themselves. This […]
The first of our 2016/17 concert season, this loudspeaker orchestra concert presents works created by Composers and Sound Designers at the University of Greenwich alongside special guest Erik Nyström. This is a great opportunity to experience a concert of ‘spatial audio’. Composers will use live surround sound diffusion mixing to perform their pieces spatially within […]
We are seeking submissions for the 2016 Sound/Image Colloquium. Visit the Sound/Image 2016 page to make a submission or find out more. Sound/Image Colloquium: Exploring sonic and audio-visual practice 12-13 November 2016 The Sound/Image colloquium is interested in exploring the relationships between sounds and images, and the images which sounds can construct by themselves. Through […]
(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. Click here for more info:
(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.
(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. […]
(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 […]