SONA presents Unpeeled: Amble Skuse
Unpeeled is a series of events showcasing women in music technology. Amble Skuse will present a performance and artist talk alongside an interactive sound installation by SONA.
Amble’s composition work has been performed internationally from Canada to China, by ensembles such as Mr McFalls Chamber, Red Note Ensemble and Rarescale. She was a Creative Scotland International Creative Entrepreneurship Fellow, a BBC Performing Arts Fellow, and was awarded a BBC performing arts alumni fellowship. She is an AHRC scholar for her research into the use of BioSensors in Composition for her PhD at Plymouth University with Eduardo Miranda. She improvises with electric violin, cello and laptop. She performed live for the Radio 3 International Women’s Day Late Junction show.
The venue is fully wheelchair accessible and seats will be available for those that want them. If you have any other accessibility requirements or general questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Free tickets are available for personal assistants.
SONA: Unpeeled events are generously supported by the Sound and Music Composer-Curator programme, PRS Foundation and Arts Council England.