Leadership in New Music and Audio Technology (URF Grant 2015-17)

As a result of a 3-year grant from the University Research Fund (URF) at the University of Huddersfield, the Centre for Research in New Music will initiate an International Research Network with a group of leading universities and institutes and carry out a high profile programme of research collaborations. The network supports opportunities for research exchange and partnership in various areas of new music, including composition, performance, music technology, improvisation, new sonic media, and musicology.

New Music Theatre in Europe

Professor Robert Adlington

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Democracy in Music

Professor Robert Adlington

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ELISION at 30

How Forests Think / The wreck of former boundaries

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Bozzini +

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Cage and the Concert for Piano and Orchestra

The Concert for Piano and Orchestra by John Cage is widely regarded as a seminal work, not just within Cage’s own output but in the context of twentieth-century music and techniques.

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TaCEM

TaCEM: Technology and Creativity in Electroacoustic Music (Professor Michael Clarke)

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Material translation

This project looks at the role of material translation, intuition and empathy in provoking innovation and new ‘thinking tools’ in music composition.

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The Electronic Music of Roberto Gerhard

Research into hitherto unknown works from the archive of the Catalonian composer Roberto Gerhard is leading to a gradual revision of our understanding of British electronic music during the period 1945–1970 and its relationship to its European counterparts.

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Pragmatic Concerns in Mixed Music

Professor Pierre Alexandre Tremblay, is a practitioner of mixed music working in multiple roles as a composer, performer, curator and technician together with numerous collaborators.

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The HISSTools

 The project aims to create powerful, yet lightweight, modular and accessible tools to address specific issues related to the composition, performance and presentation of electronic music.

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Hearing is the work

His work frequently holds the mirror up to the listener and the conventions of listening practice.

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Temporality and experimental music

How do we hear over different spans of time and what happens when the temporal framework for listening is radically extended?

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Creative processes and collaboration

Creative processes and collaboration: how can these can be negotiated and fostered between composers and performers?

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Past projects

Noise in and as music

(Dr Aaron Einbond and Dr Aaron Cassidy)

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The Stratified Voice

(Dr Aaron Cassidy)

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