Radiophrenia

Posted: September 10, 2017 in News

The Resonance Radio Orchestra will present a new piece commissioned by Radiophrenia on 16 November 2017 at CCA, Glasgow. Featuring Ed Baxter (electronics, effects, text), Tam Dean Burn (voice), Peter Lanceley (guitar, voice) and Milo Thesiger-Meacham (electronics). Watch this space!

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A remix of Larry Shipping in der Abtei und Saaleaue bei Planena (1. Teil) is transmitted on the Radia network (series 39 show number 642) from 17 July 2017 to 23 July 17. It features the voices of Marie Anne Fliegel (speaking in German) and Peter Lanceley (singing in English). Musicians: Ed Baxter, Adam Bushell, Peter Lanceley, Kim Moore, Milo Thesiger-Meacham, James Taylor, Joe Qiu and Chris Weaver. Recordings from Radiophrenia, 106; Radio Revolten, 2016; and Telegraph Hill Festival, 2017. Made in Europe. Illustrated text is here.

On Telegraph Hill

Posted: February 15, 2017 in News

The Resonance Radio Orchestra will perform at a Sonic Imperfections presentation as part of this year’s Telegraph Hill Festival. That’s on the evening of Wednesday 29 March 2017 at St Catherine’s Church, Pepys Road, Nunhead, London SE14 5SG. There are four acts that night and the Orchestra – featuring Ed Baxter (electronics), Peter Lanceley (guitar, singing), Lia Mazzari (cello), Kate McGoldrick (voice), and James Taylor (percussion) – is on stage at around 9.15pm, performing part 2 of Larry Shipping in The Abbey and Saaleaue at Planena for the first time in England (and English). More details to follow! Also on the bill from 7.30pm: Graham Dunning, Isnaj Dui, and Thomas Stone. Book now: £8/£4.

Merry Christmas

Posted: December 22, 2016 in News

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As Christmas approaches even unbelievers such as ourselves (mere animals) are reminded of this image of the crucified Christ visible in the marble fireplace at The Hermit’s Cave, Camberwell Green, London SE5 (the best pub in the world), as featured in the RRO’s Larry Shipping sequence.

A sly remix

Posted: December 3, 2016 in News

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Sculpt #5 with Milo Thesiger-Meacham (pictured) on Sunday 4 December at 10am on Resonance EXTRA (which has just finished its first year of extraordinary broadcasting) comprises a half hour remix of a Resonance Radio Orchestra performance: Larry Shipping (Punch-Up at Carlisle Remix) features Tam Dean Burn (narration), Kim Moore (viola) and Milo Thesiger-Meacham (guitar), recast from the desk recording of our work for Radiophrenia. The piece is also broadcast on Resonance FM on Tuesday 6 December at 1pm.

Radio Revolten performances

Posted: October 5, 2016 in News

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The RRO was privileged to open the ambitious and impressive Radio Revolten – Internationales Radiokunst-Festival in Halle, Germany, on Saturday 1 October. The above photo by Marcus-Andreas Mohr shows the scene as the VIPs arrived in the Konzerthalle Ulrichkirche where, ahead of Larry Shipping in The Abbey and Saaleaue at Planena (with text in German), the festival curators delivered introductory speeches to a host of radio artists, dignitaries and a wide cross section of Halle residents. The next day the Orchestra performed two works, one in French (Cinquième esquisse pour ascension et descente, with Dinah Bird) and one in Spanish (La conmemorativa lucha de boxeo de Arthur Cravan, with Emilia Portaluppi, Daniel Villar, Rodrigo Rios, and Carmen Gonzalez) – offering what we felt was a truly European repertoire, much of which we did not understand. Follow Radio Revolten on Twitter to keep abreast of news and the programme of broadcasts and live events, which continues all month.
Audio of Larry Shipping in The Abbey and Saaleaue at Planena is here, starting at 36:30.

Halle, wir kommen

Posted: September 7, 2016 in News

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After a satisfying performance at the excellent, on-going Radiophrenia festival this week, our plans for Larry Shipping in The Abbey and Saaleaue at Planena for Radio Revolten – Internationales Radiokunst-Festival are moving forward. Pictured is Chris Weaver, checking out the location of our proposed work.