Renowned electroacoustic composer's work was featured at the 3rd Rediscoveries, SERG's electroacoustic music series.
Denis Smalley, an internatioally renowned composer and scholar of electroacoustic music, was invited to give a performance of his work at the 3rd Rediscoveries, electroacoustic music series organised by SERG (Sound Emporium Research Group), on teh 12th of February at Johnston Hall, University of Aberdeen.
The concert highlighted some of Smalley's old and recent work—Wind Chimes (1987), Ringing Down the Sun (2002), Resounding (2004) and Spectral Lands (2011)—which the composer diffused with SERG's 14.2 speaker system.
In its third installment, Rediscoveries III was the most successful electroacoustic concert, drawing a large audiece from the music students, university members, SERG members, and general public, who thoroughly enjoyed the concert.
On the next day, Smalley gave a masterclass to three student composers—Luca Nasciuti, Beatrice Dawkins, and Mark Dunsmore—which was followed by a workshop on space-form in electroacoustic music.