Join Blast Theory and our current resident, Adrian Hazzard, a musician and composer from Nottingham, as he presents his ongoing research into frameworks for location based composition.

The proliferation of mobile devices increasingly finds mobile listening embedded into our everyday activities and experiences.

Artists regularly seize mobility as a canvas upon which bespoke musical experiences are curated and delivered. This raises the interesting question of how might composers create music for location-specific experiences, where the space functions as a structural template upon which original soundtracks for interactive walking experiences can be composed.

In this presentation, Adrian discusses on-going research which aims to unearth meaningful connections between music and the exploration of space – to inform the development of a framework for composers working within location based music.

Date: Wednesday 19th February

Time: 7pm

Location: Blast Theory, 20 Wellington Road, Portslade, Brighton, BN41 1DN

Tickets: Book your free ticket through our Eventbrite page here.