WinterSound returns and Canterbury is warmed from its midwinter chill by striking performances and sound installations by local, national and international composers, sound artists and improvisers.
These free events continue to showcase the growing new music and sound community across Kent and deepen the collaborations between Canterbury Christ Church University, Free Range, and The Orpheus Institute for Artistic Research In Music, Ghent. Open to all with an interest in new music and sound!
Tickets are free, but we ask that you book your free place in advance here.
Saturday, 22nd January 2022 // Canterbury Christ Church University
New Mimesis: simulation, models, metaphors and data in music
12-6pm // Daphne Oram Gallery and DO 0.14
Free, public conference co-hosted with The Orpheus Institute for Artistic Research in Music (ORCiM) Ghent, Belgium
Performances and talks, celebrating a local community of pioneering musicians.
7pm-10pm // St. Gregory’s Centre for Music
7pm: Curated by Maureen Wolloshin: Khabat Abas, Anna Braithwaite, Isidora Edwards, Maureen Wolloshin
8pm: Evan Parker: ‘Concert in Iwaki’
9pm: Free Range Orchestra
In order to keep our community safe and healthy, all upcoming in-person events at CCCU are subject to change depending on current government guidelines and the recommendations of our health and safety team. Audience members are encouraged to do a lateral flow test prior to attending any event on our campuses and will be required to wear a mask at all times unless medically exempt. Additional safety measures and/or changes to the published programme may be put in place at short notice.
2 comments on “WinterSound 2022: Celebrating the Sonic Underground”
Looking forward to this. Please reserve me a place.
Great! As capacity is limited, we encourage you to book your ticket at the link above to ensure your place.