Plymouth University post graduate student Nuria Bonet has been awarded a travel award to attend the Galpin Society and AMIS joint conference in Edinburgh, 1-4 June 2017. For the third year running, her work into Catalan shawms has been recognised and she has been given the chance to meet world-leading specialists in organology. She will… Continue reading Nuria Bonet wins research award
Friday 24th to Sunday 26th February 2017 The House at the University of Plymouth Celebrating 12 years of musical innovation Organised in partnership with Plymouth University’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music (ICCMR) Ever since the dawn of humanity, voice has always been our primary source for communication. Our ability to evolve sophisticated verbal languages distinguishes us… Continue reading Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival 2017: Voice 2.0
The following research events are taking place in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities this week. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like further information. 10th-19th January 2017 at Plymouth Art Centre: On Location, a new film directed by Dr Kayla Parker, will be shown in the cinema between regular cinema programme screenings and private events. Please contact… Continue reading Arts & Humanities Research Events this week at Plymouth University
MUSIC RESEARCH SEMINAR Wednesday 23rd November 2016 in Rolle 015 (Plymouth University) at 2pm What do I have in common with Alberti and Messiaen?: Representing our environment through music Nuria Bonet Filella (ICCMR, Plymouth University) Composers and musicians have always incorporated elements of their soundscapes in their music, birdsong is perhaps the most clear example. With… Continue reading 23 November 2016: Seminar on representing our environment through music
A doctoral researcher at Plymouth University has received the prestigious William A. Gribbon Award from the American Musical Instrument Society (AMIS) for the second consecutive year. Nuria Bonet was awarded a travel award to attend the AMIS General Meeting in Vermillion, South Dakota in May 2016. The award recognises her work into Catalan shawms and she has been given the… Continue reading Nuria Bonet receives the William A. Gribbon Award … again!
BY NÚRIA BONET FILELLA As a composer, I’m interested in finding ways to represent the world through my music. Humans have done this since the beginning of time, from imitating birdsong with a bone flute to the influence of industrial noises in Kraftwerk’s music. Every era has adapted music to incorporate developments in the environment.… Continue reading Feature: “Composing Music with Dark Matter”
“Can we really listen to the Higgs Boson? Sound and music in science” Speaker: Nuria Bonet Filella (PhD Candidate, ICCMR) 10 March 2016, 1 – 2 pm in the Portland Square Building Room C1 at Plymouth University ALL WELCOME! FREE! (Cake & tea provided!) At Plymouth we have a vibrant postgraduate student community that… Continue reading 10 March 2016: Lunchtime Talk on Sound and Music in Science