| 27th June – 1st July |
Fresh Yorkshire Aires celebrates the creative and cultural breadth of God’s own country, showcasing graphic scores and visualisations of sound by artists based in Yorkshire.
This exhibition includes work by artists and composers from all over the region, including four new commissions by Jez Riley French, Katie English, Nigel Morgan and Jacob Thompson-Bell, and featuring live performances by acclaimed pianists Matthew Bourne and Phillip Thomas playing as a duo.
Jez Riley French has created a photographic score based on the acoustics of specific architectural spaces in East Yorkshire.
Katie English has created a score drawing inspiration from the rural and industrial landscape that surrounds her in Halifax.
Nigel Morgan has mapped images from specific Yorkshire locations using names, words, integers, and binary rows.
Jacob Thompson-Bell has transcribed the bustling, cosmopolitan soundscape of leeds, recording specific locations using music notation, illustration, and
| 29/06/16 | 6-7.30pm & 7.30-9pm | £3.30 |
Join producer and composer Jacob Thompson-Bell for a workshop exploring graphic scores. Find out more about the new Fresh Yorkshire Aires Commissions and try your hand at creating your own graphic score to be interpreted live by musicians during the workshop. Scores created during the workshop will become will become part of the exhibition.
| 30/06/16 | Doors 6pm | £8.58 |
Catch acclaimed pianists Matthew Bourne and Phillip Thomas realising the four new graphic scores in a concert for two pianos.