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*CANCELLED* Migrant Sound/A-B-A – 23/05/13

Please note that this event has been cancelled and will be rescheduled for sometime later in the year.

Thursday 23 May 2013
Doors 6:30pm Performances 7:00pm

Goldsmiths University of London
(Recital Room – 167 Richard Hoggart Building)
Lewisham Way, New Cross, London SE14 6NW
Entrance fee: donations

Nicolas Tzortzi
L’ Accrochage Du Menteur
Dimitris Bakas
Logos Dichos Ennoies
Panayiotis Kokoras
Bold Ridge Appex
Haris Kittos
Yannis Kyriakides
God Good Luck
Panos Ghikas
Condor Sulence

Performed by Christos Triantafilou (piano).

Born in Katerini in 1977, Christos Triantafilou began his piano lessons with Helen Triantafilou while at the same time he attended theory lessons with Paul Triantafilou (founder of the Panatheneo Music Academy in Athens). In 1989 he continued his studies in Piramatiko Conservatory of Christos Papoulakos in Larisa where he received Diploma in Piano (with Manoilidi Vladimiro) and Degrees in Harmony and Counterpoint, all with distinction. From 2003 until 2007 he attended the National University of Music in Bucharest (Romania) from where he received a degree in performance following the Piano class of Prof. Serban Dimitrie Soreanu. Since 1989 he has been giving solo recitals in various places in Greece and abroad (Thessaloniki, Volos, Bucharest, Tulcea, etc). In 2005 along with pianist Amelia Maria Stoian he formed the piano duet Charmiesto which is dedicated to bringing forward known and unknown Greek contemporary composers.

Part of Goldsmith’s PureGold Festival.

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Sho-Zyg Live AV concert: 21/09/2012

Live Audiovisual Concert

Friday 21 September
St. James’s Hatcham Church, St. James’s, New Cross, London.
19:00- 21:30

Free Entry

Video projections and VJs at live gigs and clubs have made us accustomed to the simultaneous presentation of moving image with music. But often they remain mere juxtapositions, lacking cohesion and serving merely as distractions. In contrast, the audio and the visuals in the featured works are generated through an analogous process in real-time. Radical computer music, dirty electronics, generative compositions and live electroacoustic works are pushed to new dimensions by harnessing the potential for the reciprocal modulation of the two modalities and treating the audiovisual medium as an integrated discipline in its own right.

| Mick Grierson |
| Ryan Jordan |
| Simon Katan |
| Tom Mudd |
| Ryo Ikeshiro |
| James Leahy |

Part of Sho-Zyg, a week-long sound showcase at St. James’s Hatcham Church.

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