Nye Parry

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  • ISEA1997

    Since leaving York University with degrees in music and music technology, Nye Parry has written music for television, dance, installation, and multimedia, as well as writing concert works. Recent projects have included a dance CD ROM with choreographer Mark Baldwin and artist Carole Murcia, an interactive installation as part of Dance Umbrella 96’s Digital Dancing weekend, and new contemporary dance scores for Colin Poole, Yael Flexer (Bedlam), and Charles Linehan. His work has been performed and broadcast throughout Britain and abroad and has received awards and commendations from Bourges, ACREQ, BBC Radio3f Barry Anderson Trust and EMAS/ Friends of the Earth. His tape piece Summer at Giverny was included in the London Sinfonietta’s State of the Nation weekend at London’s South Bank Centre, and subsequently broadcast on Radio 3’s contemporary music programme Hear and Now. In June he presented a paper The integration of anecdotal sounds into an abstract musical language at the Klangart conference in Osnabrueck in Germany, where his work Grand Junction was also performed. In 1996 he was a director of the alt.dance summer school, an exploratory fortnight for professional choreographers, composers and digital artists and he teaches electronic music at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He is currently completing a part time Ph.D. in electroacoustic music at City University, London.

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  • London, United Kingdom


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