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[Mar 20, 2012] Burning Harpsichord: Simon Waters + Ross Whyte (Banchory)

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The last of this season's Burning Harpsichord season will feature Simon Waters playing in duet with Bill Thompson, with support from local sound artist Ross Whyte. This replaces the advertised Rhodri Davies performance.

Simon Waters, director of the Electroacoustic Music Studios at the University of East Anglia since 1994, is best known for his characteristic multi-loudspeaker diffusion of electroacoustic music, often for contemporary dance companies.

Ross Whyte is a composer and a PhD student at the University of Aberdeen where his field of research is concerned with audio-visual intermedia and headphone-specific composition. He composes works in various mediums including solo, ensemble, electronic, audio-visual and dance.

Director of the Burning Harpsichord Series, Bill Thompson is also a sound and video artist who has performed extensively throughout the UK and abroad. His work involves the combination of found objects, field recordings, repurposed live electronics, and digital media to create evolving structures for installations and live performance.

More information to follow but this should prove to be a wonderful night of electro-acoustic music.

£10, £8 conc. £5 u16 in advance

£11, £9 conc. £5 u16 on the door

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