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Music Planet presents 'New Music Week Artists in Residence'

Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesParticipation in or organising a public festival/exhibition/event

Luke Edward Rendell - Participant

Patrick Miller - Participant

Emily Doolittle - Participant

James Turnbull - Participant

Margaret Hyland - Participant

Bede Williams - Participant

As part of the New Music Week Artists in Residence centrepiece concert, oboeist James Turnbull performed Emily Doolittle’s 'Social Sounds from Whales at Night'. The title of this piece comes from the label on one of Luke Rendell’s recordings of sperm whale codas that he gave to Doolittle when she was working on this piece. These recordings, as well as others from St Andrews researchers of grey seal and musician wren sounds, helped inform the composition of a piece largely inspired by Patrick Miller’s recordings of humpback whale song.
25 Feb 2018

Music Planet presents 'New Music Week Artists in Residence': Performed by James Turnbull and Eddy Hackett

Abbreviated titleNew Music Week Artists in Residence
Duration25 Feb 201825 Feb 2018
Location of eventSt Leonard's School Auditorium
CitySt Andrews
CountryUnited Kingdom
Web address (URL)
Degree of recognitionNational event

Event: Other

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