Exhibition

Holonic Fields

Holonic Fields is a collaboration between Northern Irish composer Rory Friers (ASIWYFA) and Boom Clap Play. View event
Exhibition

Screenings @ DAS

Sonorities is delighted to partner with Digital Arts Studios to present an exhibition screening of engaging new audiovisual works by international artists. View event
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Sound Installations @ SARC

During Sonorities, a handful of exhibitions and installations will be dotted around the festival hub, the SARC building. View event
Featuring

Lisa Conway
Exhibition

Sound Space Environment group exhibition @ QSS

Sonorities is delighted to partner with QSS Gallery and Studios to host a group exhibition from SARC’s Sound Space Environment Research Group. View event
Exhibition

This Street is a Song

Sonorities partner with Flax Artist Studios to host the ‘This Street is a Song’ exhibition at their shop-window gallery, Threshold.   View event
Exhibition

Listening Room Programme 2

In our two Listening Rooms, more than 30 fixed-media works are presented simultaneously, playing back over a 9.1.4 (Listening Room 1) or 8-channel (Listening Room 2) speaker configuration. The Listening Rooms are found in the lower ground floor surround studios... View event
Featuring

VacuaMoenia
Jean Voguet
Michele Del Prete
Stefano Catena
Sound Walk

Walk the Westlink

‘Walk the Westlink’ traverses one of Belfast’s notorious ring-roads and acts as a mobile forum for discussion, activism, imagination and creative interaction. View event
Featuring

Cameron Clarke
Talk

Bridget Cunningham Workshop

Harpsichordist and artistic director of London Early Opera Bridget Cunningham will be leading a workshop with year 3 Music students at Queen’s in preparation for their production of Handel’s Theodora. View event
Talk

Bridget Cunningham Seminar

Musicologist Bridget Cunningham, Artistic Director of British period orchestra and research group London Early Opera, will speak on the subject ‘Staging Handel’s Operas’. Her presentation will provide insight into the spectacle of Handel’s Operas and how they were received in... View event
Exhibition

Listening Room Programme 1

In our two Listening Rooms, more than 30 fixed-media works are presented simultaneously, playing back over a 9.1.4 (Listening Room 1) or 8-channel (Listening Room 2) speaker configuration. The Listening Rooms are found in the lower ground floor surround studios... View event
Featuring

Timothy Roy
Mattia Benedetti
Talk

Symposium Session 2

Chaired by Matthew Rodger Kasey Pocius, Tommy Davis and Vincent Cusson – eTu{d,b}e: Exploring musical agents through improvisations with an infra-instrument Nicholas Kirk-Canny – The Utilisation of the Hybrid/Augmented Guitar for Human-Computer Improvisation Berk Yagli – Zen of Aggression: Composing... View event
Performance

Jennifer Walshe, Panos Ghikas and Wobbly

Panos Ghikas, Wobbly (Jon Leidecker) and Jennifer Walshe join forces for a performance in two halves. In the first half, the trio explore the outer limits of digital sound, text and time, cybernauts journeying through a landscape scattered with defunct... View event
Performance

A Laugh to Cry Opera by Miguel Azguime

DIVE INTO THE DEPTHS OF HUMANITY WITH ‘A LAUGH TO CRY.’ NEW OP-ERA Dive into the depths of humanity with ‘A Laugh to Cry.’ A Laugh to Cry is  a scream for freedom against tyranny, against  the omnipresence of arrogance... View event