The next reading loop (Wednesday, May 2nd, 7pm, Bloc studios) will be a more experimental workshop, thinking through how a wasteland might be re-thought (and perhaps re-made?) through sound. We'll be asking not 'What do we want to see in this space?', but: 'What do we want to hear in this space?' The discussions will feed in to the broader project to develop a live project in a wasteland in the Shalesmoor area of Sheffield.
- no #wildgoosechase after all! Found it - it was Berlioz's Enfance du Christ: choeur des bergers. 2 days ago
- another unexpected gem, Schoenberg's Weihnachtsmusik. Again, not what we were looking for ... 2 days ago
- On our quest randomly heard something by William Mathias, not what we were looking for but v v good, must track down more by him 2 days ago
- listening to random Christmas choral music, trying to track down a tune, poss. not Christmassy, poss. more than one tune... #wildgoosechase 2 days ago
- RT @kathryninstereo: My Christmas. ift.tt/IUkHJb 2 days ago
Currently reading:Kazuo Ishiguro - The Unconsoled; Marcel Proust - La Prisonniere Re-reading - Michel Butor - L'Emploi du temps Just finished - Louise Doughty - Whatever you Love; Stephen King - Joyland; Ian Rankin - Standing in Another Man's Grave; Reginald Hill - Dialogues of the Dead/Death's Jestbook
Recommended:Orphan Black - scifi-ish series, hiding away on BBC3, but one of the best things on TV since The Returned. Full of surprises, and featuring virtuoso performance(s) from Tatiana Maslany. Arnie Somogyi's Scenes in the City - superb band (esp. Tony Kofi on baritone sax) performing Mingus. Catch them if you can.
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