"Music Machine 34 - a delicate trio whose fragility is emphasised by the slow expansion of its periods of silence: Morton Feldman enters the digital age." Simon Belshaw studied composition with Gavin Bryars and Andy Hugill and gained a PhD in composition from the University of Hertfordshire in 2005. He has had pieces performed by the Schidlof Quartet, PM Ensemble, Exeter Contemporary Sounds and A Quiet Night In. His work has been played on Radio 3 and Radio 6 Music as well as used for film and video. It has also been heard at various festivals including Lost weekend, Sonoroties, Hilltown New Music Festival, Audiograft Festival York Spring Festival and as part of novusvoxus 60x60. His current work concentrates on the Music Machine Project and there are 45 of them to date.


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AWEsome Art Sapce, Exeter

Simon Belshaw and David Sawyer will be presenting an exhibition of playable interactive sound and music generating devices in the Awesome Art Space on Paris Street on Saturday 28th


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