Edit-Point made a very successful debut at Glasgow City Hall's Recital Room. We were delighted with the
audience numbers and they seemed really appreciative. I'd like to take this opportunity to thank Tom Poulson and Lydia
Whittingham for their brilliant performances. Also I'd like to thank Robert Dow for being our first special guest and
Alistair MacDonald for dropping in during rehearsals and offering his technical assitance and moral support!
We've had our next gig at Sound Lab confirmed for May 18th, the programme for that is below. We've also confirmed Pete Stollery as our special guest for this concert. I'm really excited as the energy in Pete's music has been a huge influence on me and he's absolutely great guy.
Also recently Jonty Harrison performed at the RSAMD. Alistair MacDonald and I had good fun designing the speaker system and implementing it. In the end we were really pleased with the way it all sounded and Jonty diffused amazingly.
Also coming up is the yet to be scheduled first performance of Travelling over Tricky Ground and the RSAMD Plug Festival where I have several piece being premiered. Should be an exciting month or so.
Edit Point @ Sound Lab 2 Programme:
Peel: Pete Stollery
Organic Construct: Matthew Whiteside
Seven Waves (flute and electronics): Joseph Hyde
Grandchild of Tree (cactus and electronics): Paul Rudy
Breaking Point: Louise Rossiter
Kaktos: Timothy Cooper
Kaktos has been selected for performance at
Sound, Sight, Space and Play. This symposium for postgraduate
electroacoustic composers organised research students from De Montfort University looks like a really exciting event. I'm
delighted to have been selected and can't wait to visit Leicester.
In other good news Edit-Point will be performing at Sound festival in Aberdeen. Our programme will be alongside our friends Pure Brass and Glasgow based composer Graeme Truslove.