Announcing: The School of Sound International Symposium 2017


THE SCHOOL OF SOUND INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM

19 – 22 April 2017
Regent’s University
Regent’s Park
London

 

For the 12th edition, artists, practitioners, creatives, teachers and students will gather from around the world for four days of talks, presentations and discussions about the creative use of sound across media and the arts.

The programme includes

Mychael Danna, composer

Patsy Rodenburg, Master Voice and Shakespeare teacher

Sarah Turner, filmmaker and lecturer, director of Public House

Peter Middleton and James Spinney, directors of Notes on Blindness

Hans Peter Kuhn, sound artist and composer

Hildegard Westerkamp, sound artist, composer and acoustic ecologist

Werner Cee, sound artist, presents ‘I Used to be a Painter’

Adam Roberts, writer and filmmaker, presenting the work of Chantal Akerman

George Home-Cook, author of Theatre and Aural Attention: Stretching Ourselves

Julian Henriques, ‘Thinking Through Sound – and Learning from Jamaican Bass/ Base Culture’- reggae sound systems and the embodiment of sound

Stephen Deutsch, composer, author and sound designer

Gideon Koppel, filmmaker and artist, director of sleep furiously

Mark Underwood, sound designer

Honor Beddard, curator of Making Nature at the Wellcome Collection

and Piers Plowright, radio documentary and features producer.

More names will be announced in the coming weeks.

 

Registration is now open. Go to Registration and Fees.

To get an idea of the School of Sound programme, look at the Symposium 2015 and Past Symposia pages.

Queries to sos@schoolofsound.co.uk.

 

Regent’s University in Regent’s Park, London

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