Delirium is an ongoing music/research project looking at hospital-induced delirium.
DELIRIUM PART II UK PREMIERE: 20 June 2017, Bristol Museum & Art Gallery
Supported by the PRS Foundation for Music’s Women Make Music scheme.
DELIRIUM PART II STUDIO RECORDINGS
Supported by the PRS Foundation for Music’s Women Make Music scheme; as well as the Composers’ National Collegium (South Africa), the Anton Hartman Trust Bursary, and the Division of Music, Wits School of Arts (University of the Witwatersrand).
Full live performance, 2 March 2017 at the University of the Witwatersrand
Part II was premiered at the University of the Witwatersrand on 2 March 2017. It is based on interviews and hospital recordings, undertaken with the support of the Wits Donald Gordon Medical Centre research office.
The performance on 2 March was in partial fulfillment of a Masters degree in Music and Health communication at the University of the Witwatersrand, jointly supervised through the Music Division, Wits School of Art and Health Communication Research Unit, Wits School of Human and Community Development.
To find out more or attend future performances please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Part I was premiered in London’s Old Operating Theatre in summer 2013, and performed at Green Man Festival, The RCP’s trainee liaison psychiatry conference, Manchester Metropolitan University, the International Conference of Culture, Health & Wellbeing, and the Vortex. You can find out more here, or listen to the song-cycle here.