We are delighted to announce that the 13th School of Sound International Symposium will be held
Wednesday – Saturday, 24 – 27 April 2019, at the Purcell Room, Southbank Centre, London.
The School of Sound presents a programme that explores sound in all its forms, creating an awareness of how sound works throughout the arts and audio-visual media. It is as relevant for the sound designer and composer as it is for the director, writer, choreographer or installation artist. Anyone who works with sound will find the programme a stimulus and inspiration for their work.
Past programmes have included presentations by opera director Peter Sellars, choreographer Siobhan Davies, film sound designers Walter Murch, Randy Thom, Kristian Eidnes Andersen and Ren Klyce; directors Ken Loach and David Lynch, theorists Michel Chion, Laura Mulvey, Rick Altman and Ian Christie; sound artists Hans Peter Kuhn, Christina Kubisch, Scanner and Bernhard Leitner; and Sami yoik artist, Ánde Somby. Each School of Sound is a wide-ranging programme that is essentially about listening.
To see past programmes go to Previous Symposia
. You can also hear and see some of the past presentations at our Archive
And we welcome the generous support of the Southbank Centre enabling us to return to the wonderful Purcell Room which has been refurbished over the past three years.
Details of the 2019 programme will become available in the coming months. Registration opens 1 October 2018. For information contact the School of Sound office, firstname.lastname@example.org
School of Film & Television, Falmouth.
Filmmaking has been taught at Falmouth for over fifty years; fusing the creativity of making with the challenges of critical thinking, all harnessed in the service of story. We are a ‘story school’ committed to teaching students how to tell engaging, dynamic and relevant stories (over multiple platforms) for the 21st Century. We fund, make and distribute micro-budget feature films led by our graduates and staff, crewed by our students. Our world class production facilities, equipment and technical specialists, mirror real-world industry workflow, so whether working on location or in a studio, audio is absolutely central to our teaching of animation, fiction, documentary and experimental filmmaking.
The School of Film & Television at Falmouth University is extremely proud to sponsor The School of Sound 2019.