After the success of our first record, James Wood and I are back in the studio under the moniker Aulich/Wood Trio, producing a new free improvisational extravaganza complete with jazz/electronic/dubstep/garage rock influences. At the same time, I’m working with violist, experimental performer and composer, Adam Sangster to produce a new work for Viola and Electronics. Since […]
A recording of Richard Craig‘s excellent live performance of my latest finished work Condensation (Strike Work) for solo flute is available for listening below: The piece was performed as part of a concert held at St. Paul’s Hall in Huddersfield on the 29th of February, 2016.
ABSTRACT With a view to uncovering the political implications of notational, technological and musical innovation in composer–performer relationships within Western art music, this paper examines three disparate works: Christian Wolff’s Duo for Pianists II (1958); Brian Ferneyhough’s Unity Capsule (1975); and Georg Hajdu’s Schwer… unheimlich Schwer (2009). By first exploring two innovative 20th century works, […]
In less than a few weeks, I will self-release a new collection of electronic and found sound works entitled ‘Slenderman’ (yes, after the internet meme); not just because this character fascinates me on a personal level, but it in part reflects our brief, largely superficial connections to each other and to ourselves via machines. The […]
[organ piece] is to be premiered on the 4th of August in All Saints Church, Hastings by the brilliant Tom Bell, an internationally esteemed organist who was featured in Southbank’s Pull Out All the Stops Festival this year, and has recently released a double album of contemporary music. I can’t wait to hear it performed!
I’ve done a bit of housekeeping and will be gradually uploading various bits and pieces throughout the week. 🙂