I’m speaking at a Next Waves event at HCMF on 27th November.
Sound and Music’s Sounding Out series is a rolling programme of expert panel discussions, presentations and live examples providing insights into professional practice across new music and sound.
It is particularly aimed at emerging composers (working in any genre) but is also relevant to anybody interested in getting the inside track on the skills and knowledge composers need to thrive professionally.Sounding Out: Recording and distributing your work will be a morning of panel discussions and Q&A examining a breadth of approaches to recording new music and distributing it to audiences.
This morning’s discussion, chaired by Susanna Eastburn, Chief Executive of Sound and Music, will include panellists Anne Rushton (Executive Director of NMC Recordings), Simon Reynell (Another Timbre) and artists Ryoko Akama and Shaun Blezard to discuss the ins and outs of documenting and distributing work, including DIY approaches to recording, filming and other media.
You can watch it here: