Events 2007 – 2010

September 2010

Terry Riley In C (1964)

for Totnes Festival 2010
with Totnes Music Now (Stephen Brown, Pat Butterley, Stephanie Carey, Frank Denyer, Andrew Fordyce, Will Fordyce, Riki Gonski, Barbara Graham, Sarah Hennessy, Alistair King, Mary Macaulay, Sam Richards, Lewis Riley, Tim Sayer, Jo White and Andy Williamson)
Minimal(ist) poster
Wednesday 8th September, 7pm: St Mary’s Church, Totnes, Devon


Rising Breath

with Duncan Chapman – live sound and Stewart Collinson – digital image
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Wednesday 15thSeptember: ICCI 360 Festival, Plymouth


April 2010


for two pianos and hand-drawn film
with Ellie Chandler, piano and Stewart Collinson, film editing
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Wednesday 28th April: Studio 3, Dartington College of Arts, Devon


March 2010

The Extended Shakuhachi

with Zlatko Baracskai, instrumental extensions
Saturday 13th March: Noise=Noise 17, The Foundry, Great Eastern St. London


November 2009


as part of Lawrence Upton at 60
Lawrence Upton – score and vocal performance
John Levack Drever – multi-channel sound diffusion
Mike McInerney – shakuhachi
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Saturday 14th November: Goldsmiths, University of London


September 2009

Turning Breath

for shakuhachi, live video and sound processing
with Stewart Collinson – video, and Duncan Chapman – live sound
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24th – 29th September: Sonic Arts EXPO, Leeds


July – September 2009

Imaginary Edo

music for an Open-air Festival
Mike McInerney – shakuhachi
Philip Robinson – biwa/banjo
Saturday 4th July: Firestone Festival near Coleford, Devon
Saturday 5th September: Exeter Green Fair, Cathedral Green, Exeter


May 2009

Insects and the Abyss

a homage to Rued Langgaard
Mike McInerney – piano
Michael Neil – electronic extensions
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Friday 6th May, 8pm: The Sherwell Centre, University of Plymouth

An Unlikely Collection

Adam Benjamin, Ruth Way, Song Yunkrung – dance
Michael Neil, Mike McInerney – music
Alex White – lights
Thursday 7th May, 7.30 pm: Theatre Studio 1, Roland Levinsky Building, University of Plymouth

Music for an Exhibition of Botanical Photographs

Exhibition “The Garden in the House”
Maureen Douglas-Green – photographs
Mike McInerney – shakuhachi meditations
Friday 21st May, 8pm: The Garden House, Yelverton, Devon
(Exhibition 21st May – 26th July)


February 2009

The Extended Shakuhachi

Zlatko Baracskai – extension design
Mike McInerney – performance
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Saturday 28th February, 9.30pm: Southside Cafe, University of Plymouth


October 2008

A Hallowe’en Soundtrack for Das Cabinet Des Dr Caligari

with Analogorak and Strange Bedfellows (Andy Manson, Debbie Manson, Philip Robinson, James Smyth and others)
Friday 31st October, 8.30pm: Gallery 86, 86 High Street, Crediton


August 2008

A Porta Inferi

devotional music for harp and shakuhachi
with Abigail Robinson – Gaelic harp and voice
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Sunday 3rd August, 7pm: The Forge, Holne, Newton Abbot, Devon


July 2008

The Bent Radio Orchestra

as part of Sonic Arts Network EXPO 2008
with Duncan Chapman, Stuart Collinson and others
Sunday 6th July: Pavilion Gardens, Brighton


at Ways with Words 2008
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Saturday 12 July, 8pm: Dukes Room, The Courtyard, Dartington Hall, Devon


June 2008

Resonating Spaces

at Falmouth Liveart 2008
with Jeff Cloke and reson8
Saturday 7th June, 8pm: Space 1, Wellington Terrace, Falmouth, Cornwall


May 2008

Empty Houses are Full of Noises

with Strange Bedfellows: Rammi Dela – voice; Robert Lee – instruments; Zoë Wilton – clarinet;
Philip Robinson – instruments and Richard Douglas-Green – sound manipulation
Friday 23rd May, 7.30pm: Longfleet, Old Tiverton Road, Crediton
Saturday 24th May, 7.30pm & 10pm: Gallery 36, Denmark Road, Exeter


September 2007 – April 2008

Moving the Sun and the Traffic

Digital Resources for the Humanities and Arts 2007
live performance with interactive digital sampling and image generation
with Tim Sayer – software design
More info
Tuesday 11th September 2007, 11.30am: Studio 3, Dartington College of Arts, Devon
Wednesday 30th April 2008, 8pm: Jill Craigie Cinema, University of Plymouth

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