Members of SERG (Sound Emporium Research Group) performed at sonADA 2014, a two-day experimental music festival showcasing some of the active sound artists in Northeast Scotland.
Members of SERG (Sound Emporium Research Group) were invited to perform at sonADA 2014, a two-day experimental music festival showcasing some of the most active sound artists in Northeast Scotland, on 3-4 October.
SERG members who took the stage were Luca Nasciuti, first-year PhD composition student, Fiona Soe Paing, professional musician, Dr Imogene Newland, multidisciplinary artist and performer who also gave a presentation at 2014-15 MRSS, Francesco Sani, lecturer at North East Scotland College, Dr Ross Whyte, freelance composer and sound artist, and Dr Suk-Jun Kim, lecturer at the University of Aberdeen.
sonADA (Sonic Arts Day in Aberdeen) 2014 was a pilot event organised by sonADA whose goal is to promote new and experimental music, sound art and artists in and around Aberdeen and NE Scotland.
This pilot event included two night performances by eight sound artists in and around Aberdeen and a panel discussion/seminar co-organised by sonADA and the University of Aberdeen Interdisciplinary North Seminar Series, focusing on the questions Creativity in North East Scotland: How Northern Is It? How Northern Should It Be?