New Mimesis: simulation, models, metaphors and data in music

We celebrate the sound of tomorrow with the fifth annual WinterSound festival. In 2022 we come to the Daphne Oram Building, named after one of the UKs most experimental, risk-taking musicians. Daphne Oram was a pioneering composer who taught in Canterbury in the 1980s, and listened beyond the boundaries of style and convention to dream of sounds no one had heard before. We continue her legacy in seeking out sounds beyond the mainstream, with dynamic collisions of electronic music, jazz, sound installations, improvisation, circuit bending and audiovisual surprises.

"New Mimesis: simulation, models, metaphors and data in music"

Daphne Oram Gallery (DO 0.14), noon - 6pm

Free, public conference co-hosted with The Orpheus Institute for Artistic Research in Music (ORCiM) Ghent, Belgium.

Running order available on the day.

St. Gregory's Centre for Music, 7pm - 10pm

Performances and talks, celebrating a local community of pioneering musicians.

7pm: Khabat Abas, Isadora Edwards, Maureen Woolishin.

8pm: Evan Parker: 'Concert in Iwaki'

9pm: Free Range Orchestra

This is an in-person event. Booking is required. Please adhere to current Covid-19 guidelines when attending. Do not attend if you are experiencing Covid-19 symptoms.

Dates and times

This event finished on 22 January 2022.

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