Projects

Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (February 2012)
Symposium Director: Community music and music pedagogy: Collaborations, intersections, and new perspectives.

Director:Project H.O.M.E. April – April-May 2008

  • This project funded by Fidelity Investments and the Music Lives Foundation aims to give ‘voice’ to young people of North Philadelphia, USA. Through a steering group led by the young people an intensive week of music making will enable reflection on the role music has to play in young peoples identity. The project is in collaboration with the Honickman Learning Centre Comcast Technology Labs honickman and the University of the Arts, Philadelphia. (Award: $13000)

Elektrodome (Sept 2004 – Nov 2004)

  • Past, Present, Future: commissioned composer A practice as research project exploring new music technology and its application to group work. (Award: ₤5000) elektrodome Past Present Future

Soundlinks, funded by Socrates (2000/01)

  • Cultural Diversity in Music Education, Researcher for Irish Academy of Music and Dance European collaboration between 5 European institutes: Malmö Academy of Music, Amsterdam Conservatoire, Dartington College of the Arts, Irish Academy of Music and Dance, Rhythmic Music Conservatory, Copenhagen. (Award: €6,500)

Carnival Arts research

  • Funded by the Arts Council of England (February, 1996) Recife/Olinda, Brazil. (Award: ₤2000)

Composer

  • Dundee International Guitar Festival (1994) dundeeguitarfest ‘The Rhythm Suite’ for guitar orchestra and soloist. (Award: ₤1500)

Composer in Residence

  • Trystero Dance Theatre Company (autumn tour 1989) Art Council of Great Britain. (Award: ₤1000)
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