New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA) will celebrate 5 years of Sound Travels on August 9, 2003 at 2:30 pm at Centre Island, Toronto by presenting Francis Dhomont’s Here and There, Prince Prospero’s Party by Norway-based UK composer Natasha Barrett, Inside Out by Toronto composer Randall Smith, Temple by Vancouver’s Barry Truax, and works by Italian composers Laura Bianchini and Michelangelo Lupone.
Francis Dhomont will present a solo concert in Köln (Germany) July 18, 2003. The night’s programme features compositions Vol d’Arondes, Chiaroscuro, Corps et âme, Phonurgie and Forêt profonde. Beforehand, Dhomont will be a jury member at the Conservatoire royal de Mons (Belgium) on June 17, 2003. He will also be a jury member for Phonurgia Nova in Arles (France) on July 12 and 13, 2003. The composer will conclude his frantic summer with a residency at the Delta P studio in La Rochelle (France) from July 20 to August 1, 2003, to produce an multimedia project with Inés Wickmann.
Saturday June 14, 2003 Rimouski’s Parral’œil gallery will stay marked for life by the passage of Machines: abstractions sonores électroniques. After a well received presence at Mutek 2003, morceaux_de_machines teams once again with Parasites (the Diane Labrosse and Martin Tétreault duo) for an adventure in the realms of glitch and noise…
Monique Jean’s sound installation Point d’attaches ou les infidélités rotatives is made of a large number of loudspeakers mounted on a vertical plane, creating a “wall of sound.” At Fonderie Darling in Montréal. June 7 to 14, 2003.