Sonntag, 28. Juli 2019

INTIME2019 Project Day 2 . October 17th

Project Day 2

Feat. Thierry Miroglio (percussion) 
Sophie Jégou (dance)

17 October 2019

The Ellen Terry Building Coventry University

Call for presentations 
deadline 9 Sept. 

The second of two one-day conferences focusing on new music performance, creative practice and electronics taking place this October. 

DAY 2 explores the creative interactions of the contemporary performance artist.  The day focuses in particular on the work and practice of French percussionist Thierry Miroglio and the dancer/choreographer Sophie Jégou.  In the afternoon,  Sophie Jégou will discuss and demonstrate  her collaborative practice across music and the visual arts.   

Concerts bookend the Project and present a range of composers’ work for percussion (with and without electronics) performed by Thierry Miroglio. Composers include: Elaine Tomazi Freitas, Benoit Granier, Gerard Grisey, Samuel Hayden, Christopher Hobbs, Bruno Mantovani, Adam Stanovic, Tom Williams, Xu Yi.
Project 2 invites afternoon presentations on the theme of Inter-action with music and dance. We are particularly interested in work that involves percussion and dance.
Deadline for presentations (only, no music) to be considered is 09/09/2019.  Either 20-minutes in length or as a Pechakucha. 
Those whose submissions are accepted will be expected to register and attend.


To register Day two :
Early bird before Sept. 8th.

INTIME Single Project Registration: £30
Early Bird rate before Sept. 9th:. £20 
Booking both Projects together special rate: £45 with Early bird rate, before Sept 8th £35
Student and Coventry Music Hub special rate: £15 per INTIME Project  and before Sept 9th the early bird discount rate is £10.

The call for presentation submission form can be found at:

Enquiries to: 

Dr Tom Williams BA, MA, MusAD, SFHEA
Principal Lecturer in Music Composition
Course Director BA Music Composition
School of Media and Performing Arts
Coventry University

Sarah Watts performance on YouTube of my 2018 piece for contrabass clarinet and digital playback, Weighed Down by Light
Carla Scarletti (composer and founder of Kyma, Symbolic Sound Corporation) writes, "Wow! The electronics and contrabass timbres are so seamless...I like the video, the score, and the light, and the black-and-white sections…and the name...I love when the slap tongues morph into low tones morph into electronic sustains — so cool — it’s like a new hybrid instrument...Impressive detail and contrast (and virtuosic playing too)!"

"… Dart, is a vivid electroacoustic evocation of the fluctuating character of a Devon river…" (The Wire)

Meditations on a Landscape for the acclaimed soprano Juliana Janes Yaffé.  Queens College NY, Professor Hubert Howe, Chair NYCEMF2017, described it as "one of the highlights of our festival that year".

Tom Williams on Coventry University Pure Portal

My composition website:


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