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Hoadley, R., Turner, J., Terry, P. (2014) Semaphore
performed by Gwen Jones and Ann Pidcock (dance); Cheryl Frances-Hoad ('cello); Ian Mitchell (clarinet)
Drawing Towards Sound, TV Studio, University of Greenwich, Friday 20th March 2015, 6pm

Hoadley, R. and Katharine, N. (2015) How to Play the Piano in 88 Notes, a part of Piano Glyphs
Piano - Philip Mead, Music and programming - Richard Hoadley, Words - Katharine Norman
In a concert of music for piano and electronics, 7:30-8:30pm, 26th February 2015, PACE 1, De Montfort University, a part of the Cultural Exchanges Festival

Hoadley, R. and Katharine, N. (2015) How to Play the Piano in 88 Notes, a part of Piano Glyphs
performed by Philip Mead at the London International Piano Symposium, Royal College of Music, Saturday February 14th

Hoadley, R., Turner, J., Terry, P. (2014) Semaphore
performed by Gwen Jones and Ann Pidcock (dance); Cheryl Frances-Hoad ('cello); Kate Romano (clarinet)
Cambridge Festival of Ideas, Covent Garden Theatre, Cambridge, Sunday 26 October 2014 8pm 

Hoadley, R., (2014) December Variations (on a Theme by Earle Brown), performance by Beata Pincetik, 
Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference 2014, University of Athens, Greece, September 2014


(2013-2014) Quantum Canticorum a dance and music performance piece by Richard Hoadley and Jane Turner 2014 - Performance as a part of Quantum², with Richard Hoadley, Jane Turner, Gareth Stuart, Anne Pidcock, Gwen Jones, David Ogle, Grégoire A. Meyer, Natacha Bisarre Liverpool Hope University, Monday October 20 - Performance as a part of Quantum², with Richard Hoadley, Jane Turner, Gareth Stuart, Gwen Jones, David Ogle, Grégoire A. Meyer, Natacha Bisarre, Laura Brera Museum of Contemporary Art, Barcelona, Spain, Saturday June 7 - Performance by Richard Hoadley, Jane Turner, Gareth Stuart, Anne Pidcock Mumford Theatre, Cambridge, 1300, Friday 4 April 4 - Performance by Richard Hoadley, Jane Turner, Gareth Stuart, Anne Pidcock Deptford Town Hall, 1845, Wednesday April 2 as a part of the Live Algorithms for Music Symposium, Goldsmiths, April 2-5 2013 - Performance as a part of Quantum², Ruskin Gallery, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK, Sunday October 27 Cambridge Festival of Ideas - Performance by Richard Hoadley, Jane Turner, Gareth Stuart, Anne Pidcock Deptford Town Hall, 1930, Friday October 18 as a part of Notation in Contemporary Music Symposium, Goldsmiths, October 19-21 - Performance as a part of Quantum², Sensations Festival, Chelmsford, September 28
(2011-2014) Calder's Violin automatic music for violin and computer - Performance by George Panagiotopoulos at International Computer Music Conference 2014, Athens, Greece, September 2014 - Performance by Mifune Tsuji at INTIME 2013 Symposium, October 19-20 2013, University of Coventry, UK - Performance by Marcus Barcham-Stevens at City University, London 2012 SuperCollider Symposium, April 17 2012 - Performance by Mifune Tsuji at Cambridge Festival of Ideas, October 22 2011
(2012-2013) The Fluxus Tree An interactive sculpture for dancer using data from sensors to help generate notation live, which is then played by the composer and 'cellist Cheryl Frances-Hoad. Jane Turner, Cheryl Frances-Hoad and Richard Hoadley - Performance at Musichoreography: duets for dancers and instrumentalists, Kings Place, London, April 14 2013 - Performance at INTIME 2012 Symposium, October 19-20 2012, University of Coventry, UK - Performance at LIVE INTERFACES: Performance, Art, Music, September 7-8 2012, ICSRiM, School of Music, University of Leeds, UK - Performance at Degrees of Synchrony: an original dance and music performance investigating the boundaries between synchronisation and simultaneity, May 13 2012, Kettle's Yard, Cambridge
(2013) Three Streams for gesture and cello CMPCP Performance Studies Network International Conference Cambridge UK, 4-7 April 2013 (2012) Phase Transition - a dance and music performance experiment Richard Hoadley and Jane Turner Recital Hall, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK, Sunday 28th October 2012 Cambridge Festival of Ideas (2012) Player Piano An automatic composition for computer generated piano and piano. The pianist's music is generated live in performance. A part of Degrees of Synchrony: an original dance and music performance investigating the boundaries between synchronisation and simultaneity. Performance involving acoustic and electronic sound with choreographer Jane Turner and composer-performers Tom Hall, Cheryl Frances-Hoad and Richard Hoadley. 13th May, Kettle's Yard, Cambridge (2012) Fluxus automatic music for piano and computer Composed by Richard Hoadley, performed by Richard Hoadley, January 17th, Cambridge, UK as a part of Future Fluxus (2012) Conway Hall Confidential: Three Sounding Sculptures Sculptural algorithmic installation April 13th-14th, Conway Hall, London (2009-present) Devices and Units Hardware and software interfaces for music performance, in development. (2009-2011) Triggered Sculptural custom hardware and software interfaces and automatic composition for performers and dancers. With Tom Hall, Jane Turner, Cheryl Frances-Hoad - Performance at Kings Place, London, June 13 2011 - Performance for CoDE New Materialism Conference, Anglia Ruskin University, Monday 21st June 2010 - Performance for Correspondence, a weekend of Creative Practice, London Metropolitan University, Saturday 26th June 2010 (2011) One Hundred and Twenty-Seven Messages Crowdsourced composition and performance controlled by mobile devices. Presented at 'Sounds Like Mobility, A Mobile Media, Sound and Music Event', Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge, 17th May (2010-11) Touching Sound Composition and Music Therapy project in preparation (2010-11) Metapiano Used in Triggered 2011 and Conway Hall Confidential: Three Sounding Sculptures Some material also used in Calder's Violin (2010) Cage Musicircus Contribution using Wired, Gagglina and Gaggle to the performance in collaboration with Tom Hall et al., Kettles Yard, Cambridge, 10th November 2010. (2010) One Hundred and Twenty-Eight Haiku Automatic performance/composition with custom hardware and software. Part of Frame-breaking including original work in collaboration with Katharine Norman, Sam Hayden, Katy Price, Tom Hall, Kettles Yard, Cambridge, 9th May 2010. (2010) MIST (Museums, Interfaces, Spaces, Techologies) Invited performance using custom built hardware and software, AHRC Workshop, 22nd-23rd March 2010. (2009) Gaggle: Hardware and Software Interface and Composition Hardware, software, composition and performance commissioned by British Computer Society HCI conference 2009, Cambridge http://www.bcs-hci.org.uk/, September. In collaboration with Tom Hall, Cheryl Francis-Hoad and Jane Turner and dancers (2009) One Hundred and Twenty-Seven Haiku Automatic performance/composition with custom software Commissioned for an event in collaboration with Katharine Norman and Katy Price Kettles Yard, Cambridge, May 2009 (2008) Many Worlds Semi-automatic music (SuperCollider) A component part of Silent Histories: soundscapes and compositions on the themes of stillness, technology and place. Music and performances by Kerstin Bueschges, Kevin Flanagan, Richard Hoadley and Paul Rhys. Kettles Yard, Cambridge, May 2008 (2007) Telephony MaxMSP and Telephones, concert version approx. 9:29. Commissioned for Kettle's Yard New Music, Kettle's Yard 2007 (2006) Histrionica A melodrama for 'cello and gamelan instruments; 6:26. First performed at Kettle's Yard, Cambridge in March 2006 by Anton Lukoszevieze and members of the Cambridge Gamelan Society. (2004) Hello semi-automatic live performance music for computer, 6:22. Commissioned for Kettle's Yard New Music, February 2004 (2002) Ambience semi-automatic live performance music for computers and synthesisers (pSY). Commissioned for Cambridge New Music Group Inaugural Concert, April 2002 (1999) The Copenhagen Interpretation automatic live performance music for computers and synthesisers (pSY), 16:30. Commissioned for Cambridge Digital Arts Festival, June 1999. (1998) The Continual Snowfall of Petrochemicals automatic live performance music for computers and synthesisers (pSY). Commissioned for Cambridge Digital Arts Festival, June 1998. (1994) Four Archetypes for large orchestra, 16:00. Commissioned by the Cambridge-Heidelberg-Montpelier Orchestra with funds provided by Eastern Arts, 1994. (1992) Three Pieces for Two Pianos for two pianos, 36:00. Commissioned by Philip Mead and Steve Guttman, pianos, 1992 (1989, rev. 1991) Shilbottle Cobbles for wind orchestra, 17:00, recording Commissioned by the Charterhouse Wind Orchestra. (1989, rev. 1990) In Principio for choir and organ or choir and brass quintet, 12:30. Commissioned by the Charterhouse Choir. (1988) Concertino for violin, clarinet, 'cello, piano, 12:00. Written for the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival. (1988) Only Connect for orchestra, 17:00. Written for the Durham University Orchestra, performed on Radio Three 'Music in our Time' by the BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Robert Zeigler. (1987) String Sextet (Still Life) Written for the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, 16:10. (1987) Scena for Tenor Voice and Chamber Ensemble, 16:00. (1987) Through the Sharp Hawthorn (Blows the Cold Wind) for flute and piano, 20:26. (1979-2001) Miscellaneous Pieces More music... more software...

















title/more information resources duration date revised midi sibelius
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Devices hardware interface for music performance   2009 2010    
One Hundred and Twenty-Eight Haiku automatic music for hardware interfaces and computers 12:00 2010        
Triggered hardware interface systems for music performance   2010      
Gaggle hardware interface for music performance   2009      
One Hundred and Twenty-Seven Haiku automatic music for computer 11:45 2009      
Many Worlds semi-automatic music (SuperCollider) 10:00 2008      
Telephony MaxMSP and telephone(s) ~10:00 2007      
Click semi-automatic live performance music for computer   2006        
Histrionica a melodrama for 'cello and gamelan instruments 6:20 2006  
Hello semi-automatic live performance music for computer ~6:22 2004      
Ambience pSY (computers/SY synths) 7:52 2002      
The Copenhagen Interpretation computers and synthesisers 16:30 1999      
A Continual Snowfall of Petrochemicals computers and synthesisers n/a 1998      
Four Archetypes large orchestra 16:00 1994    
Three Pieces for Two Pianos two pianos, four hands 35:45 1992    
Shilbottle Cobbles wind orchestra 16:00 1989 1991    
Concertino violin, clarinet, 'cello, piano 12:00 1988 - available  
In Principio choir & organ or brass quintet 12:36 1988 1989    
Only Connect orchestra 17:00 1987 1992    
Sextet (Still Life) string sextet 16:00 1986-7      
Through the Sharp Hawthorn flute and piano 21:00 1986 1990 available
Music For Good Friday piano 8:07 1981 - available  
Five Pieces for Violin and Viola violin and viola 10:00 1979 1982, 1988 available  
Miscellaneous Pieces various - - -      

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