The Voice of the Sea
  • Crosspoint, Roland Levinsky Building

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The Voice of the Sea uses information gathered by a marine buoy off the coast of South East Cornwall, in real-time to determine compositional choices. Factors such as wave height, period, direction, water temperature will directly influence musical parameters. Surrounded by speakers, the listeners will be immersed in an extended and real-time marine sonic world.

Date: Sun 26 feb
Crosspoint, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University
Ticket information:
Free admission

Part of the Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival including:

The Art of Inventing Languages

Peninsula Arts Sinfonietta and Singers: Festival Gala Concert

A Buddha of Superposition or ‘an Entangled Voice’: Film and Research Performance

The Voice of the Sea: Research Performance

Voices Without Borders: Research Performance

Come Together: The Sonfication of Lennon and McCartney: Research Performance

Silicon Voices: Research Performance

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Today's events

Voices Season - Uncovering Voices

Peninsula Arts looks to support new and undiscovered cultural voices, as well as bringing those internationally renowned voices to the region and this is explored in this season’s programme.

Ever since the dawn of humanity, voice has always been our primary source for communication. This season’s music programme traverses the pure polyphony of Palestrina to 21st-century beat-box and electronic vocalise.

Peninsula Arts Sinfonietta

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