Recording at Goldsmiths UoL

Recording at Goldsmiths UoL

Living Symphonies is a musical composition and installation that grows in the same way as a forest ecosystem. Each species found in the forest is depicted by a unique set of musical motifs, and for this installation composers James Bulley and Daniel Jones invited me to record parts they had written depicting grass, butterfly and falcon. You can hear it 20- 28 July via a network of speakers hidden in the forest near Chingford Plain.

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Here’s a video from a similar installation James and Daniel did a few year’s ago.

Living Symphonies is taking place in Epping Forest as part of London National Park City Festival and Waltham Forest Borough of Culture.

It is completely free to visit, and is open from 11am to 8pm, from 20-28 July.

It is located within the Chingford Plain region of the forest, at the below map location. 51°38’25.9″N 0°00’54.7″E

Nearest station is Chingford on the Overground. There are also a number of forest carparks.