On Friday the 13th November the School of Music & Fine Art welcomes the Israeli composer, performer and improviser Guy Harries who will lead a two-hour masterclass from 3-5pm demonstrating his method and techniques in utilising technology in live performance.
Guy is involved in a number of projects ranging from garage rock to chamber opera, from sound art to electro art pop to multimedia musicals. His compositions have been performed by contemporary ensembles such as: The Tate Ensemble, SOIL, The Roentgen Connection, Vocal Lab and LOOS, and have been broadcast and performed internationally. With over Guy is also a researcher, looking into the live performance aspects of electronic music. He completed his PhD in Electroacoustic Performance at City University, London and is a senior lecturer in music at the University of East London as well as Trinity Laban Conservatoire. For info on Guy go to www.guyharries.com
FREE to attend but booking required. Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: The Galvanising Workshop, The Historic Dockyard Chatham
For more info contact: Ben Curry