Live

live

 

Performances

6 September 2014

Binary School: Live solo set at Downstairs, Holburn Street, Aberdeen, 8pm

16 October 2014

The Witching Hour: dance, ambient music and projected video, Riverside East, Aberdeen, 6pm and 7.30pm (Dance Live Festival)

25 October 2014

Uterine Symphony (with Rob Heaslip, Aaron Jeffrey and Simon Gall), music and dance, Aberdeen Art Gallery, 10.50am (Sound Festival)

26 October 2014

New Approaches, live voice, guitar and electronics by Alasdair Roberts and Ross Whyte, St Margaret’s Church, Braemar, 6pm (Braemar Creative Arts Festival and Sound Festival)

31 October 2014

Binary School: with Colin Austin, Jason Murphy and A C Parker, Musa, Aberdeen, 10.30pm (Sound Festival)

 

Residencies

14-20 July 2014

New Approaches to Traditional Music with Alasdair Roberts, Braemar

29-31 July 2014

Untitled Dance Project with Rob Heaslip, Citymoves Dance Agency, Aberdeen

15-21 September 2014

New Approaches to Traditional Music with Alasdair Roberts, Braemar

6-10 and 13-15 October 2014

The Witching Hour with Thania Acaron and Richard White, Aberdeen

20-26 October 2014

New Approaches to Traditional Music with Alasdair Roberts, Braemar

10-14 November 2014

Untitled Dance Project with Gabriela Sanchez, Citymoves Dance Agency, Aberdeen

 

Installations

21 August – Seventeen, Belmont Street, Aberdeen

-          A Study in Granite #1

A newly commissioned headphone-specific work which presents abstracted recordings of granite drilling and aims to convey beauty in the seemingly mundane.  Supported by Vibrant Aberdeen.

4-12 October – Haddo Arts Festival, Haddo House, Elgin

-          Coasting

This ambient ‘sound sculpture’ continues the coastal theme of Paul Ritchie’s exhibition of paintings with a work which combines recordings of coastal soundscapes with new arrangements of sea-related traditional north-east ballads.

-          Shades

Experience a fusion of sound and colour within the walls of Haddo Country Park’s Pheasantry. Three new installations
(incorporating projected film, light and sound) will explore the synaesthesia of various historical figures (including Isaac Newton and Alexander Scriabin).

3-16 October – Dance Live Festival,  Riverside East, Robert Gordon’s University, Aberdeen

-          Kaidan

 

Dance Film

The Visit, by Alison Peddie, Mhairi Allan and Paul Foy, Music by Ross Whyte.  Further details coming soon.

 

[Photo by Anthony Wynn-Hebden]

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