Admission Price: Free to attend, please book a place
Series: City University London Concert Series
The concert will feature sections of Cathy Lane's new CD "The Hebrides Suite" ("the multifaceted nature of these compositions creates an intensity that is almost tangible" Cheryl Tipp, The Field Reporter) and Viv Corringham performing music relating to her new CD "Walking" ( "Corringham's enchanting musical journey…possessed a quality that set the pulses racing" Edwin Pouncey The Wire). The composers will discuss their compositions interest in people and place with Angus Carlyle, Professor of Sound and Landscape at University of the Arts London.
Barbican to London Bridge
To the Botanic Gardens
Barren Islands of Asia Minor
Cathy Lane: 'The Hebrides Suite'
Discussion about place in each of the works with Angus Carlyle.
Viv Corringham is a British vocalist now living in New York. She has performed with Monique Buzzarte, Gino Robair, Elliott Sharp, Pauline Oliveros, Lol Coxhill, Charles Hayward, Al Margolis, Maggie Nicols, Andrea Parkins, Didier Petit, Eddie Prevost and Pat Thomas among others. Recent work has occurred in Australia, Hong Kong and Florence. Her new album Walking is available on Innova.
Cathy Lane is interested how sound relates to the past, our histories, our environment and our collective and individual memories and subjectivities. Books include Playing with Words: The Spoken Word in Artistic Practice (RGAP, 2008) and, with Angus Carlyle, In the Field (Uniformbooks, 2013), a collection of interviews with eighteen contemporary sound artists who use field recording in their work and On Listening (2013) a collection of commissioned essays about some of the ways in which listening is used in a number of disciplines. Her new CD The Hebrides Suite is released by Gruenrekorder.
Cathy Lane is Professor of Sound Arts at University of the Arts London and co-directs Creative Research in Sound Arts Practice (CRiSAP).