Richard Glover is a composer based in Huddersfield, UK.
4/11/13 There will be a launch concert for the new cds by both Bryn Harrison and me at St. Paul’s in Huddersfield on Tuesday 3 December, featuring Philip Thomas. The concerts also works as a launch for our new book, ‘overcoming form: reflections on immersive listening’.
4/11/13 Ryoko Akama and I have organised a concert for 7/11/13 at Huddersfield Uni featuring new pieces by each of us, fields have ears (7) by MIchael Pisaro and FLAT TIME (sounding) by David Toop
4/11/13 My chapter ‘Minimalism, Technology and Electronic Music’ has been published in the Ashgate Research Companion to Minimalist and Postminimalist Music
11/5/13 Nice review of the EXAUDI cd here
7/5/13 Performance of a new piece for flute and piano in Toronto by ∆TENT on Saturday 25 May in Toronto
23/1/13 Plenty of performances this spring – see the performances page for details
30/11/12 Two upcoming performances: Logical Harmonies 1 played by Philip Thomas on 4 December in Firth Hall, Sheffield, and Ensemble Dedalus play my new piece Elements on diverging pitch lines on 15 December in Aubusson
8/11/12 Outstanding video of a performance of my new cello duo, given my Gregor Riddell and Torun Saeter
18/4/12 Very much looking forward to taking part in nu:nord in Montreal this July, with Ensemble Portmanto.
15/2/12 Recently returned from running the week-long sound art workshop at SONIC in the Ecole Supérieure d’Arts in Mulhouse, along with a portrait concert in Besancon on Friday 10 February.
26/11/11 There are plans for performances of Tenney’s Postal Pieces next summer, however these are tentative plans at the moment as they may instead appear at hcmf in due course.
26/11/11 I’m editing the next issue of the CeReNeM journal, which deals with the experience of temporalities in experimental and minimal musics. See here for more details
15/8/11 I’m presenting papers at two upcoming conferences:
WORDEVENT , 21 September, hosted by Bath Spa University
Third International Conference on Music and Minimalism at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, 12-15 October
15/8/11 I’ve just begun a two-year Research Fellowship at the University of Huddersfield where, amongst other subjects, I’ll be investigating a phenomenological approach to the experience of sustained tones in music
15/8/11 Having attended the Composers Kitchen with the Bozzini Quartet in Montreal earlier this year, I’m currently working on a new commission for the quartet for this year’s hcmf
- in tones 2011 will take place on Sunday 3 April at the University of Huddersfield, and includes new works by Adam Jansch, Claire Singer, a piece of mine for large brass ensemble, and a glitch visual installation.
13/1/11 Currently working on two book chapter commissions:
“Minimalism and Technology” for the Ashgate Research Companion to Minimalist and Post-Minimalist Music
“Niblock and Harmony” in a forthcoming edition on the music of Phill Niblock
- In December 2010 I gained my doctorate in Music Composition at the University of Huddersfield, with no corrections required for the thesis.