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Music Festival

Sat 3 Jun 2017

12pm - 10pm Free

Oscillate is a series at Turner Contemporary featuring artists at the cutting edge of contemporary music and sound art. Its second season culminates with a one-day festival of performances, multi-channel sound works, and interactive installations, featuring surround sound work from Mira Calix (Warp Records) and a live electronic set from Shelley Parker (Structure Recordings) alongside staff, students, and researchers from the School of Music and Performing Arts at Canterbury Christ Church University. 

Concurrent with the festival programme, Oscillate and Turner Contemporary will also host the inaugural Oram Awards, a new women-only award to recognise emerging and outstanding artists working in music, sound and related technologies created by the New BBC Radiophonic Workshop and PRS Foundation.'


Festival Programme 

Foyle Rooms

Live performances and playback of audio works by students of the BA Creative Music Technology at CCCU. ( See below for full info on all events)

1:00pm – 1:30pm: Joe Inkpen

1:45pm -2:15pm: Bog Bodies 

4:00pm – 6:00pm: PRSF/BBC Radiophonic Workshop ‘Oram Awards’ ceremony (private event by invitation only)

8:00pm:  Lauren Redhead and Sarah Gail Brand

9:00pm Shelley Parker


Clore Learning Studio

12:00pm – 2:00pm: Multi-channel surround sound installations, interactive works, and performances from the students and staff of Canterbury Christ Church University.

2:30pm – 3:45pm: Multi-channel surround works by Mira Calix (with brief introduction by Mira)

4:00pm – 5:00pm: Electronic Music performances by students and staff of Canterbury Christ Church University.

5:30pm – 7:30pm: Migro ‘CISA’ Local showcase

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