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Sound Sound Day 2019 - Saturday 30th March, Nano Nagle Place

25 Mar 2019

UCC’s department of music presents Sound Sound Day at Nano Nagle Place; a program of established artists in experimental sound and an exhibition of music from graduates of UCC experimental sound practice masters.

This year, Sound Sound Day is happening in conjunction with Cork Sound Fair.

For programme and biographies: Sound Sound Day Schedule for CSF

 

Time

Location

What

11am

Conference Rm.

Initial meeting for participants in the Sonic Histories of Cork City SoundCatcher workshop. From 11.30, participants will head out on to the streets of Cork City in a guided recording walk and return to Nano Nagle Place in time for the lunchtime concert.

11.30 -12.15               

St. Peter’s

UCC Gamelan

1pm

Chapel

Performance by Arran Bradstock, Caleb Hall, James May and Fiona Shiel, students of the MA in Experimental Sound Practice, with special guests Seán ó Dálaigh, Inma Pavon and Molly Garvey. Improvisation with instruments, no input mixer, found sound, live electronics and dance.

2.15pm

Conference Rm.

Talk: Dr. Alexander Khalil and Dr. Jason Chan, ‘This is Your Brain on Sound: exploring sound going into, and coming out of, the brain’

3pm

Conference Rm.?

Performance: Tosh Molloy: Perpetua, for cymbals and live electronics

3.45pm

Conference Rm.

Talk: Sonic Histories of Cork City: a quick round up of what happened in the morning workshop and a look at what was recorded.

4pm

Chapel

Keynote performance: astonishing German vocal improviser Ute Wassermann plus guests

5pm

Conference Rm.

Keynote talk: Danijela Kulezic-Wilson, The Erotics of Cinematic Listening

6pm

Chapel

Performance: Cork Audio Visual Ensemble (CAVE). Jeff Weeter, ‘Pattern Portraits: Cork’, performed by Fiona Shiel, James May, Caleb Hall, Arran Bradstock.

7pm 

FINISH

 

Department of Music

Roinn an Cheoil

T23 HF50

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