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Educational recitals, workshops and residencies are an important part of New Noise’s work. They are dedicated in bringing new music to new audiences, and working with young composers to realise their compositions.

New Noise was 'ensemble in residence' with the Goldsmiths College University 'electronic Music studios' from 2001 to 2005, and worked alongside composers Michael Young, Ian Stonehouse and Katharine Norman. During this four year residency New Noise workshopped, performed and recorded in excess of sixty new works by aspiring young studio-based composers.  More recently New Noise was 'ensemble in residence' at Radley College (2004-2006) where they collaborated with composer/sound engineer Matthew Fairclough on a two year composition project.

New Noise has devised and led education projects for a range of organisations including:

  • BMIC - British Music Information Centre
  • University of Bristol
  • Cavatina Chamber Music Trust
  • COMA - Contemporary Music Making for Amateurs
  • Goldsmiths College University
  • Guildhall School of Music & Drama
  • Live Music Now!
  • University of Manchester
  • Royal Holloway University London
  • University of Sheffield
  • SPNM - Society for the Promotion of New Music
  • The Stables, Wavendon
  • Wigmore Hall

See also:
recitals | workshops

current educational events

last updated 6 January 2009


1: North Bromsgrove High School

21: Royal Holloway University London
Composition Workshop


13: University of Manchester
Composition Workshop

12: University of Bristol
Composition Workshop

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