Plight of critically endangered crocodiles put in spotlight through new performance
Reptile Rhythms, an audiovisual work which aims to raise awareness of the plight of the critically endangered gharial crocodile, will be premiered at the 2018 Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival in conjunction with percussion group Ensemble Bash.
Music for aliens – 1970s coded message transformed into musical composition
The Arecibo message – a 1970s attempt to contact extra-terrestrial life – will form the basis for an exclusive musical performance at the 2018 Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival, taking place at the University of Plymouth
Former Levellers guitarist uses performance to chart personal experiences of epilepsy
Alan D Miles, a former guitarist with The Levellers, will be premiering a new work charting his experiences with epilepsy at the Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival, taking place at the University of Plymouth from March 2-4, 2018
Musical molecules and the battle for biological supremacy laid bare in new performance
The unseen battle between bacteria and antibiotics will be played out through a new composition during the 2018 Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival, being held at the University of Plymouth
Frontiers: Expanding Musical Imagination
Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival 2016, Festival directors Simon Ible and Eduardo Reck Miranda The House, Plymouth University, 26 to 28 February 2016
Symposium: Interfacing Brain, Music, and Emotions
What's on at Plymouth University: Symposium: Interfacing Brain, Music, and Emotions. This event is part of the Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival 2015. Plymouth University, 27 February 2015.