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Gaudeamus: Thursday September 9, 7pm

Friends in Holland! Eva Zöllner and I are coming to Utrecht to play next week, we have a fantastic programme for you, which is a combination of our ‘hits’ and some new pieces written especially for the festival. We’ve started … Continue reading

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Learning about multiphonics – a different approach!

Hi all – I just wanted to share some of the videos from the project I’m consultant on, The Garden of Forking Paths, with Dr. Scott McLaughlin. He’s made some fantastic videos where he explains how multiphonics work in a … Continue reading

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On Being a Composer, Lessons from a Tweet Gone Viral

A few days ago, in a minor fit of pique over a virtual project with some students, I tweeted the following: Now, I wasn’t expecting this tweet to have more than 40 or 50 likes (as is fairly par for … Continue reading

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The Garden of Forking Paths Symposium!

Hi everyone — As some of you are already aware, I’m a consultant for an AHRC funded research project based at the University of Leeds at the moment, led by Dr. Scott McLaughlin. And the project is hosting a symposium! … Continue reading

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A third option for multiphonic explanations…

Me again — another video for you (please do follow my channel if you use YouTube regularly, as I’m not sure how consistent I’ll be with posting videos here!). I’ve done what I think is a thorough playthrough of multiphonic … Continue reading

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