Performances/Broadcasts

Upcoming 

—2022—

 

December 10th, St Swithun’s Church, Worcester: Automatronic

Performances  by Huw Morgan and Michael Bonaventure,  Lauren Redhead (organ) and Alistair Zaldua (live electronics). Automatronic Bandcamp publications. Publicity for this concert.

Programme:

Map Fred Wallberg (organ solo)

Zombie Ant collaborative compositions by Huw Morgan and Michael Bonaventure

1.50am Dreaming Lin Yang

Curse Tablets Lauren Redhead

 

 

—2023—

26th March: The Vortex, London

Performance of free improvisation by Alwynne Pritchard and Alistair Zaldua.

Details to be announced. 

 

30th March: Free Range, Canterbury

Performance of free improvisation by Alwynne Pritchard and Alistair Zaldua.

Details to be announced. 

 

April 16th: Münster, Ulm

Duo Redhead/Zaldua with Composers Slide Quartet: 

Premier of work by Alan Hilario

Work for organ, live electronics, trombone quartet

 

 

Past Performances

—2022—

 

November 9th, Zürich: Musikpodium Der Stadt Zürich

Duo Redhead/Zaldua: Premier of 2-hour version of Annette Schmucki‘s 54  stops for organ and live electronics. 

5pm – 7pm; City Kirche St Jakob, Stauffacherstrasse 34, 8004 Zürich

Blog post on our collaborative work with Annette Schmucki

 

November 2nd, Online: NowNet Arts Conference 2022

Improvisation: Performance of 35′ version of Fred Rzewski’s Second Structure (1972) for solo or ensemble ad lib. (pdf of score) for open ensemble with Orpheus Institute (led by Juan Parra and Jonathan Impett).

NowNet Arts Conference, Stonybrook University, New York, Full timetable  

Time: 1pm (Eastern Daylight Time Zone); UK: 6pm

 

16th October: Low Frequency Trio (LF3), Mexico City, 6pm

Performance of Laruelle’s Film 

Foro International de Música Nueva, Sala Manuel M. Ponce, Pallacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City, Mexico. 6pm

Low Frequency Trio: Antonio Rosales: bass clarinet, Juan José García: contrabass, José Luis Hurtado: piano

Blog post on Laruelle’s Film and LF3

 

13th October: Access Space Sheffield, 8pm

Solo performance: e-violin and live electronics. Concert details

Performances of work by Alistair Zaldua, Lauren Redhead, and collaborative works. Doors open 7.30pm

Venue: Event Central, 26 Fargate, S1 2HE

 

July 4th: Swiss Percussion Days 

4pm Lecture on interregnum by Alistair Zaldua

8pm Performance of interregnum for percussion sextet 

Conducter: Pascal Pons 

Performers: Percussion class of Pascal Pons, HSLU Lucerne

Hochschule für Musik, Klassik, Musik-Akademie Basel, Leonhardsstrasse 6, 4051 Basel

 

July, 5th: Music and/as Process, Deutschlandradio Kultur, 00.05

Broadcast of portrait program on the Royal Musical Association Study Group, Music and/as Process (website), by Carolin Naujocks

 

July 9th: Hundred Years Gallery, 19.30

Performance of free improvised music with Franziska Baumann (voice and electronics) and Steve Noble (percussion). Further info

Hundred Years Gallery , 13 Pearson St. London E2 8JD

 

June 26th: Backbox Kosmos, Luzern Hochschule für Musik (HSLUM), 11.00

Performance of interregnum for percussion sextet

Conducter: Pascal Pons

Performers: Percussion class of Pascal Pons

Further Info

 

June 18th: Landis & Gyr Studios, Whitechapel, 19.30

Performance of free improvised music with Franziska Baumann (voice and electronics) and Steve Noble (percussion)

Concert Information: Facebook Event page

5 Smithy Street, Stepney Gardens, Whitechapel, London, E1 3BW

 

June 6th – 12th: Residency at Neither/Nor, Ytra Arna, Bergen, Norway 

Neither/Nor Alistair Zaldua portrait page

Blog post on Neither/Nor Residency. 

June 8th: House Concert at Neither/Nor 

Invited audience.

 

June 11th: nyMusikk Krapyl: Biblioteksmusikken, 12.00

Performance at nyMusikk Krapyl: Biblioteksmusikken Concert Series: solo e-violin and fixed media, Bergen Library. Facebook page for info.

 

May 12th: NoiseFloor 2022, Staffordshire University

Duet with Lauren Redhead (spoken word and text composition, with e-violin improvisation and live electronics). Programme

Performance Lecture: Performing Creative Textual Practices as Critical Re-writings.

Cadman Studios, Staffordshire University, Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 2DE

 

March 31st: Free Range Spring Season Opening Concert, 19.30

Opening free improvisation duet with Sam Bailey (violin and piano) in support of Zubin Kanga’s Hidden Vortices set.

The Old Synagogue, 33-34 King St, Canterbury CT1 2AJ

Publicity post by Free Range

 

March 5th: CoMa Manchester All-comers Workshop

3pm – 5pm: workshop of graphic score propaganda

St Margaret’s Church, Rufford Road, Whalley Range, M16 8AE

 

February 15th: Radiophrenia 

8am – 9am. Broadcast of Machines by Lauren Redhead (spoken word and text composition) and Alistair Zaldua (e-violin improvisation), Link to Schedule

 

February 14th: Radioprenia

8am – 9am. Broadcast of Feminist Pirate Broadcast by Lauren Redhead (spoken word and text composition) and Alistair Zaldua (e-violin improvisation), Link to the Schedule

 

 

—2021—

December 09: Deutschlandfunk Kultur, Berlin

Duo Redhead/Zaldua: Unmeasured Preludes

Broadcast of Unmeasured Preludes for organ and live electronics by Jesse Ronneau, Huw Morgan, Lauren Redhead, Alistair Zaldua, Luis Henriqué Yudo, Maureen Wolloshin

 

November 07 – 13: Duo Redhead Zaldua, Concerts in Berlin

Duo Redhead/Zaldua: Organ and live electronics

Performances of music by: Irene Galindo-Quero, Uday Krishnakumar, Fred Wallberg, Lin Yang, Lauren Redhead, Luc Döbereiner, Lula Romero. Further Details.

November 8th (Monday), 19.00: Kaiser Wilhelm Gedächtnis Kirche

November 10th (Wednesday), 19.30: Pfarrkirche, Weißensee

November 11th (Thursday), 20.00: Paul-Gerhardt-Kirche, Schöneberg

November 13th (Saturday), 19.30: Alte Pfarrkirche, Pankow

November 14th (Sunday), 18.00: Tabor Kirche, Kreuzberg

 

October 07: Free Range, Canterbury

Trio CZW: Paul Cheneour (flutes), Maureen Wolloshin (oboe), Alistair Zaldua (e-violin) // Free improvisation

Venue: Fruitworks Coffee Shop

 

October 7: Trio CZW Album Launch: Where The Wind Takes Us

Published by Pan y Rosas Discos, Album of free improvised and composed music by Paul Cheneour, Maureen Wolloshin, and Alistair Zaldua

Album available: here.

 

September 15: Royal Musical Association Annual Conference, Newcastle

Premiere performance of string trio fragments (2021); Trio Northumbria

Newcastle University 

Blog post

 

May: Festival Tectonics, BBC Glasgow

Lauren Redhead and Alistair Zaldua Duo: Organ and live electronics 

Performances of Giant Silver by Michael Bonaventure (UK), Fault by Huw Morgan (UK), Phosphorescent, by Lauren Redhead (UK), and …rain of stars by Alistair Zaldua

BBC Concert Recording (available until Tuesday June 8th)

Blogpost on this concert

 

 

—2020—

Tuesday December, 15th (0:05 CEST): Deutschland Kultur

Notation for Improvisation. Broadcast of radio feature focussing on the interaction between notation and improvisation. Includes interviews and work by Floris Schuiling, Sarah Brand, Moss Freed and the Union Division, and the Instant Composer’s Pool.

Related blog post by Lauren Redhead on the IMR Notation for Improvisers 1-day conference (London, 9th February, 2019)

 

Sunday December 13th: The Neon Hospice 

Airplay of Kanon_E , from remote music on The Neon Hospice radio station

hosted by Lumpen Nobleman, of Extra Normal Records 

 

Wednesday December, 9th: Release of EP: image invisible 

Launch of EP: image invisible

Music for pianos and electronics written between 1997 – 2013.

Blogpost

 

Sunday December, 6th (2pm/CST-UTC-05): Jefferson Park EXP 

Host: pan y rosas discos netlabel (Chicago)

Online performance with the whereness quartet: Ansuman Biswas (Indian percussionist), Paul Cheneour (flutes), Maureen Wolloshin (oboe and cor anglais),  Alistair Zaldua (violin)

 

November, 8th (5pm/UK): London Sound Gallery

Inclusion of propaganda (graphic score) in short documentary film as part of collaborative online concert by Hermes Experiment and Gesualdo Six

 

November 6th: Album Launch of Remote Music

Launch of online album of postcard pieces for multiple violins.

Blogpost

 

Thursday, October, 8th: whereness album launch.

whereness quartet: Ansuman Biswas (Indian percussionist), Paul Cheneour (flutes), Maureen Wolloshin (oboe and cor anglais),  Alistair Zaldua (violin), published by RedGoldMusic records, recorded at Quantum Leap Studios. Link for streaming.

 

October, 6th: ViviEntes Ciclo Album Launch

Twitch/Live Video+Chat Album: Lamenzamiento-de Cartografia compilation album. Inclusion of Front Room Distanced (Trio CZW)

Blog post

 

October, 2nd-4th: Festival “Breaking Boundaries”

Host: Ox & Öl. Simone Keller, inclusion of Simone Keller’s realisation of postcard piece Kanon E as part of E-box sound installation by Marcel Zaes. Moods Jazz Club, Zurich. 

Blog post

Initial realisation of Kanon E for multiple violins

 

September, 12th: Tenterden, Kent

Whereness Quartet: Ansuman Biswas (percussion), Paul Cheneour (flutes), Maureen Wolloshin (oboe), Alistair Zaldua (violin)

5pm, Free Improvisation at Shiva Nova Concert Series 

 

September, 9th: Royal Musical Association Annual Conference  Goldsmiths University  

Peter Sheppard Skaerved(violin), and Chris Redgate (oboe)

counterparts for oboe and violin

Blogpost

 

 

February, 19: Electric SpringHuddersfield 

Lauren Redhead and Alistair Zaldua Duo: organ and live electronics 

Performances of work by Ailís Ni Ríain(IR), Annette Schmucki (CH), Cara Stacey (SA), Sophie Stone (UK), Nina Whiteman (UK)

7.30 pm, Phipps Hall, Richard Steinitz Building, University of Huddersfield

 

February, 14: Saint Stephens, Bristol 

Lauren Redhead and Alistair Zaldua Duo: organ and live electronics in combination with Huw Morgan and Michael Bonaventure, Automatronic  

Performance of work by Annette Schmucki (CH) and Sophie Stone (UK)

6.00pm, Saint Stephens Church, Bristol 

 

February, 8: Ideas of Noise Festival, Birmingham

Lauren Redhead and Alistair Zaldua Duo: organ and live electronics 

World premiere performances of work by Ailís Ni Ríain(IR), Annette Schmucki (CH), Cara Stacey (SA), Sophie Stone (UK), Nina Whiteman (UK)

 

January, 24: WinterSound Festival 2020 

Free Range Orchestra: performances of work by Sophie Stone, Dan Herbert, Grant Gover, Joe Inkpen, and Jason Hodgson

Daphne Oram Building, Canterbury Christ Church University, 7.30pm, Friday, 24th January

 

—2019—

November 1University for Creative Arts, Canterbury

Free Range Orchestra Workshop with UCA students, Bauhaus Now

 

October 31:  Free Range Concert Series, Garage Café, Canterbury, 7:30pm

Bauhaus Now with the Free Range Orchestra & UCA students

 

October 6: Margate Now Festival, Turner Contemporary Gallery, 3pm

Free Range Orchestra: Everywhere, Everywhen 

Music by Tim Long, Sam Bailey, Neil Sloman, Sophie Stone, and the Free Range Orchestra

 

 

September 26Salford Summit, The Eagle Inn, Salford, 7:30pm

Lauren Redhead Alistair Zaldua Duohearmleoþ—gieddunga, by Lauren Redhead [interview]

Blogpost on this concert

 

 

March 30: Studio 3 Gallery, University of Kent

Captain Swing for Free Improvising Orchestra and live electronics

Narrator: Kat Peddie, Conduction: Alistair Zaldua, Performers: Free Range Orchestra 

Studio 3 Gallery, University of Kent, Canterbury
Saturday, March 30 (6pm), 2019

 

 

March 14: hr2-Kultur Musik (Hessian Radio broadcast)
Konzertsaal: “Wilde Lieder” – Marx. Musik I

Presenter: Stefan Fricke

Broadcast of manifestofor speaker and chamber ensemble (2018)

Birmingham Contemporary Music Group, conductor: Michael Wendeberg,

speaker: Marcus Farnsworth

Thursday, March 14 (8:04pm), 2019

 

 

February 28: slyph figures for solo piano (2017)

Ian Pace, St Paul’s Hall, Huddersfield University

Thursday, February 28 (1:10pm), 2019

 

 

Hillingdon Music Festival

sketch to the free

Performers: In Place Ensemble, conductor: Colin Riley

Antonin Artaud  Theatre, Brunel University, London, Uxbridge, UB8 3PH

Friday & Saturday, 15 & 16 February, 2019 

 

 

Winter Sound Festival

Captain Swing (WP) for Free Range Improvisers Orchestra and live electronics

Narrator: Kat Peddie, Conduction: Alistair Zaldua

Sidney Cooper Gallery, Canterbury
Saturday, January 26, 2019

 

 

—2018—

KontraKlang

Something Is Other Than It Is for solo bass clarinet (2014)

Soloist: Ingolfur VilhjalmssonArkaoda, Karl-Marx-Platz 16, Berlin-Neukölln, U7 Karl-Marx-Strasse
8pm, Sunday, December 16, 2018

 

 

Automatronic in Cambridge: Waves of Sound

Blow Up solo organ, 70 minute version (2011)

Soloist: Lauren Redhead, Corpus Christi College Chapel, Cambridge
Saturday, October 13 (14:00-17:00), 2018

 

SWR2 JetztMusik ‘Tyrannei und Freiheit’ / Wilde Lieder Marx.Music

Broadcast of manifestofor speaker and chamber ensemble, 11′, 2018

Birmingham Contemporary Music Group, conductor: Michael Wendeberg, speaker: Marcus Farnsworth
October 10 (22:03-23:00), 2018

 

Wilde Lieder Marx.Music 

manifestofor speaker and chamber ensemble, 11′, 2018

Selected as a prize winning work for the Wilde Lieder Marx.Music International Composition Competition

Birmingham Contemporary Music Group, conductor: Michael Wendeberg, speaker: Marcus Farnsworth

September 1, 2018: Promotionsaula der Universität, Trier, Germany (WP)
September 4, 2018: CBSO Centre, Birmingham

 

Ian Pace at Fifty – Tributes and Early Modernism

sylph figures (WP) for solo piano (2017)

Ian Pace, City University, London
April 20, 2018 

 

Free Range Concert Series

sketch to the free (WP), graphic score for improvising orchestra and conduction (2018)

Free Range Orchestra, conduction: David Leahy

Garage Coffee House, Canterbury
March 29, 2018 

 

—2017—

KontraKlang: Extended Organ

Blow Up solo organ, 70 minute version (2011)

Soloist: Lauren Redhead

Emmaus Kirche
Berlin 

Germany

 

Deutschlandradio Kultur

rain of stars solo organ and live electronics

Soloist: Lauren Redhead / electronics: Alistair Zaldua

25th August 2016 

 

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