Research Fellow Dr Richard Glover’s solo piano piece Logical Harmonies (1) has received performances recently in Huddersfield, Sheffield, Keele and London by Dr Philip Thomas, and was included in American R. Andrew Lee’s Minimalism in 12 Parts tour. Tim Rutherford Johnson has been written about the piece on his blog The Rambler.
Other recent performances include Beatings in a Linear Process, played by Ensemble Portmantô in Montreal, Dominant tonic by cello duo Gregor Riddell and Torun Saeter at the Cooper Hall in London, and a solo double bass piece for Dominic Lash at Audiograft Oxford on 22 February. Upcoming performances include a new work for flute and piano by ensemble ∆TENT in Toronto in May, and the Set Ensemble later in the year.
Richard recently gave a paper on his approaches to microtonality at EUROMicroFest in Cologne, and will be presenting on the use of grid structures in contemporary notation at the Time Stands Still: Notation in Musical Practice conference at Wesleyan University in April.