bhfómhar na bliana

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This Autumn is afeet with planning for future events but to begin with are three gigs:

Saturday 13th September sees the return of weirdos Freaking Glamorous Teapot at the Three Cranes as part of this organised by Mr Poot.

On Thursday 20th October I’ll do a set supporting artist Claire Potter as part of Enjoy Your Homes‘s series at Bank Street Arts. Much of the series is derived in some way from texts of various kinds. I’m not sure what I will do yet, perhaps a piece of mine and a piece by someone else (vote now!).

…and on Wednesday 2nd November mumei publishing presents: ‘small sound / small occurrence’ with performances from Miki YuiRyoko Akama, and me at Access Space.

Also, in the world of letters, recently published is Perspectives on the Music of Christopher Fox: Straight Lines in Broken Times edited by Rose Dodd and featuring a stellar array of musicologists, performers and composers writing on everyone’s favourite vulpine composer. I have contributed a chapter on the matter of style in Fox’s music.*

Another publication released last month is Jennie Gottschalk’s Experimental Music Since 1970 which brings an original slant to the definition of what experimental music is and briefly discusses my out-of-doors suite

More to follow, but that’s all for now…

(*Also, Changing the System: The Music of Christian Wolff, which I co-edited with Philip Thomas is now out in paperback – hurrah!)

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