experimental music in scotland, nov 19th and 22nd

Subject: experimental music in scotland, nov 19th and 22nd
From: bill thompson (innerd00r@yahoo.com)
Date: Sun Nov 13 2005 - 20:48:21 EST

apologies for cross-postings....

dear friends,

i'd like to invite you to two special events next
week. please feel most welcome.


*11/19 (saturday) EMS #4: the experimental music
showcase returns with its fourth installment featuring
out of town texas artist doug ferguson
http://www.distilleryrecords.com/ playing improvised
analogue electronics, live electronics and video by
aberdeen's andy le kipp, patrick keenan, and steve
morrison, and the aberdeen premier of 'on hushed
breath' for dual dj cd-players by bill thompson.
doors open at 7, music on at 7:30 sharp (come early!)
aberdeen university, mcrobert building, main lecture
hall, 5 suggested donation/3 concessions (no one
turned away for lack of funds) map:

**11/22 (tuesday) sea/hear inverurie... young artists
of inverurie work with pete stollery, adam proctor,
and bill thompson to produce sonic and visual
compositions of their impressions of inverurie. their
works will be projected and performed over multiple
speakers and visual turntables using cutting edge
technology. also on the bill is a new work by adam
proctor, pete stollery, and bill thompson involving
improvised video, live electronics, and sound
diffusion. pete stollery performs a recent work and
james wyness debuts a new multi-channel work as well!
inverurie town hall, 7:30pm, free.
***and finally, if you haven’t heard it yet, the train
station installation (in/transience) is still playing
for another week or so. more info here:

+++if you haven't heard about the sound festival in
aberdeen, there is far more than the above going on
this november. please check out their site for more
listings and information. hope to see some of you at
these events!


    sound is a new and exciting contemporary music
festival in North East Scotland. sound has been set up
by local organizations with the aim of presenting an
eclectic but very broad range of contemporary music
-classical, traditional, popular, jazz, experimental
-to a large and varied public.

    As part of sound, Evelyn Glennie and the BBC
Scottish Symphony Orchestra will be playing a new work
by Sally Beamish on the 24th November at the Music
Hall in Aberdeen. Other events will include concerts,
workshops and electroacoustic installations featuring
artists and composers including Paul Anderson, the
Edinburgh Quartet, Haflidi Hallgrimsson, the Hebrides
Ensemble, mckenzie medbøe, Naresh Sohal, Pete Stollery
and many others.

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