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A special concert of works from a community of composers that have supported Sound Junction and helped it develop and grow over the years. Louise Rossiter returns to showcase her last work in her series of pieces inspired by Fritz Khan. This work brings pulse to the foreground and is a really spirited addition to the set. Also performed will be Rick Nance’s detailed work ‘Tearing up’ and Dale Perkins’ bold and rhythmic ‘Equipoise’.
Adrian Moore and Adam Stanovic present recent works from USSS community projects. Soundscape recordings have been crafted into new works that act as musical commentaries on place, space, culture and society. In a climate of massive change, the ability to record, reflect, listen, remember and learn is a stimulus for artists to create and a golden opportunity to share our auditory experiences.
Rick Nance – Tearing up (2020)
Dale Perkins – Equipoise (2020)
Louise Rossiter – Synapse (2020)