8th May 2016
Rishin Singh & Tim Parkinson @ Cafe Oto
An evening of contemporary music for piano, trombone, text and field recordings.
‘Trombone And Piano Piece’ (2003) - Tim Parkinson
‘Findelkind’ (2004) - Thomas Stiegler
‘A Body To Itself, Joining Others (2)’ (2015) - Rishin Singh
‘Places To Listen (1&2)’ (2014) - Eva-Maria Houben
‘2005(1)’ (2005) - Manfred Werder
£8 (£6 advance) Free for Members
18-22 Ashwin St, Dalston, London E8 3DL
26th April 2016
New Music Salisbury
featuring "vibraphone piece" (1996)
performed by Salisbury University Percussion Ensemble (Becca Doughty, Dylan Ira, Eric Shuster, Burt Tabet)
New compositions and performances of contemporary music by SU faculty Danielle Cumming, Eric Shuster, Kyle Page and Jerry Tabor.
For more information call 410-543-6228 or visit www.salisbury.edu/performingarts
Holloway Hall, Great Hall, 7:30 p.m.
1101 Camden Ave.
Salisbury, MD 21801
21st April 2016
James Saunders: #reassigned no.1 (world premiere)
Laurie Tompkins: Puddles of Rain / Buckets of Tears
Tim Parkinson: Song For Many
Jennifer Walshe: /AND JUMP FROM THE GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE
Jack Sheen: Rest in peace club music 2016 (world premiere)
Jürg Frey: Circular Music no.2
21st April 2016 | 19:30
The Yard Theatre | London E9
£5 advance / £8 on the door
15th April 2016
//KLANGKELLER is a performance platform for experimentation in sound and music//each event will be split into two halves//one of which is programed by the KLANGKELLER team//the other is left unprogramed until one week before//with this we hope to support ideas that might not be quite fully formed yet but are well worth hearing//
//doors open 8.30, music starts 9 pm (sharp!)//
//drinks available on the night//
//Kinokeller (don't use the front door, go round the side and into the basement//
///Laurence Tomkins & Susie Whaites
///performing pieces by the composer Tim Parkinson
///solo saxophone and feedback
///other performers tbc///
31st March 2016
SLIP PRESENTS [SLP022]: ASHLEY PAUL + ANDREAS DZIALOCHA + MARTA FORSBERG + TIM PARKINSON
Slip are back at OTO with an evening of expanded song. Laurie Tompkins and Susie Whaites perform Tim Parkinson’s gloriously monotonous Songs 2011; German and Swedish musicians Andreas Dzialocha and Marta Forsberg bring drones both nocturnal and ecstatic to the UK for the first time; and masterful American performer/composer Ashley Paul makes a special guest appearance.
£8 £6 ADVANCE £4 MEMBERS
18-22 Ashwin St, Dalston, London E8 3DL
29th March 2016
Slip & Sacred Tapes present: Carriers, Swaggerjack, Andreas Dzialocha, Aaron Parker, Tim Parkinson
Deep drone, wayward guitars, and strangled voices as Slip and Sacred Tapes join forces for the first time.
Carriers is the modular synth work of Christopher William Anderson.
Swaggerjack is the collaborative project of Sacred Tapes boss Callum Higgins and regular SAC contributor John Powell-Jones.
Andreas Dzialocha makes computer-warped nocturnes for electric bass.
David Bainbridge plays Aaron Parker’s impeccable guitar music.
Slip co-directors Laurie Tompkins & Suze Whaites play Tim Parkinson’s strangely euphoric 'Songs 2011', for objects and voices.
Islington Mill, 1 James St, Salford, M3 5HW
16th March 2016
SOCIETY OF COMPOSERS AT FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
Kuersteiner Music Building (Room 304), Tallahassee, FL (USA)
guitar piece - Tim Parkinson
5'02" et al. - Sam Sfirri
Performed and discussed by Kieran Daly
9th March 2016
Borealis Festival Radio Space
untitled tape installation (1996)
Radio Space is back! A radio art platform for Bergen, initiated by Borealis in 2015, streaming online 24 hours a day during the festival and throughout March. Tune in here to become part of the festival’s home listening experiment. With work for broadcast by renowned international sound artists, radio artists and composers, this year Radio Space will also collaborate to feature work commissioned by radio art platforms Radiophrenia (UK) and The Lake (DK). This is your chance to sit back, relax and listen to experimental sounds delivered directly into your living room – tune in to Radio Space and invite your friends!
25th February 2016
Frequency Festival, Chicago
Elevator Music - Laura Steenberge
Read Two Parts - James Klopfleisch
Limit Ordinal - Scott Cazan
Tide - Matt Sargent
Slow Song Slow - Julia Holter
Opus 2 from TIME WITH PEOPLE - Tim Parkinson
Performed by a.pe.ri.od.ic
3111 N Western AVe
Chicago, IL 60618
14th February 2016
Time With People @ From Now On
Opus 1-4 from TIME WITH PEOPLE
Good News From The Future
From Now On returns for the third year to fill Chapter with adventurous, fresh and boundary pushing music.
Over three days you will be able to delve into a multi genred soundscape of analogue dance, ancient reimaginings, improvisation, silky balladry and lo-fi punk. We have sourced significant international visitors and some of the most intriguing performers working in Wales and the UK today. As part of the celebrations, Chapter Cinema will be screening a compelling programme of music film and we are proud to present our first artist in residence.
Acts include US experimental pop luminary Julia Holter; surreal electronic trio Stealing Sheep; paradoxical medieval/improv fiddler Laura Cannell; Bas Jan, a new krautpop trio from Serafina Steer; ambient explorer Mark Lyken and minimalist synth duo Happy Meals. Meilyr Jones will be presenting new work informed by his recent exploits in film and theatre that will be made in residence in the week leading up to the festival. Anna Homler & Stephen Warwick present a dance and film led performance of 'Breadwoman'; a version of Tim Parkinson's anti-opera 'Time With People' and Sweet Baboo invites you to join his ‘Synthfonia Cymru’, a collaborative synth performance. We also have an alternative Valentine's Day orgy of bands and short films curated by Club Foot Foot.