In order not to bury the lead, let me start by saying, Plurality Spring, a new game piece by me and Paul Turowski, is available for free download: In the game, players use acoustic musical performance (via the computer’s microphone) to control robots exploring an orb in deep space. This idea of a “game piece,” […]
Sunday, March 19th Mita Hall – Toyonaka, Osaka, JAPAN 561-0832 大阪府豊中市庄内西町2-22-8 Tickets: 3000円, 2000円 Students Advance Tickets: 2500円, 1500円 Students facebook event page (Japanese only) Kosuke Hashizume and Midori Kubota will perform my guitar and left-hand piano duo Three Tohoku Songs, based on folk songs of Northern Japan, now available through the Les Pois Music office.
Saturday, July 27th Conde Duque Cultural Center Madrid, Spain More details Duo Nyans will perform my Magritte-inspired piece, Sixteen September for saxophone, clarinet, and electronics at the International Clarinet Association’s “ClarinetFest2105” in Madrid. More details TBA
Sunday, May 3 WWU Performing Arts Center Bellingham, WA Tickets I will be presenting a 30-minute set of my works at the Bellingham
Saturday, March 28 The Cube, Virginia Polytechnic Blacksburg, VA More Details Please join me a Virginia Tech, where I will be performing my solo iPad work, Shin no Shin at the Society of Electro-Acoustic Music US (SEAMUS) Conference.
I wrote previously about the Kyma International Sound Symposium in Lübeck last October, and Symbolic Sound the KISS2104 organizers have started posting some videos of the performances at the symposium, including my NOPera. Enjoy! KISS2014 — NOPera: Simon Hutchinson from Symbolic Sound on Vimeo.
Here’s a video of me two years ago performing custom-made instruments (including a Furby and my “Animal Bend”) with OEDO, The Oregon Electronic Device Orchestra, under the direction of Chet Udell: Also performing are Athan Spathas (far left) and Hua Sun (right-middle). Here’s a great example of electronic music and the uncanny
Word Lens’s attempt to translate information about our wine I’ve just returned from a fun and educational week at the
Saturday, September 27 MHL Concert Hall Musikhochschule Lübeck Lübeck, Germany Details TBA My new work, “NOPera,” micro-opera on algorithmically-created text from the US National Organic Program (NOP) regulations and guidelines, will premiere at the Kyma International Sound Symposium in Lübeck, Germany, performed by University of Montana professor Kimberly James and performers from the Musikhochschule Lübeck […]