October 2017
Icebreaker perform Azure, Kings Place London

System Restart Tour – The exciting programme features new music by Jobina Tinnemans, whose work includes music for table tennis players and hedge shearers, You Are Wolf’s Kerry Andrew, whose output includes an opera about swimming, Nottingham University’s own Elizabeth Kelly, and Australian-Dutch Kate Moore is complemented by Linda Buckleys exquisite, soaring Azure, plus Anna Merediths Orlok and Nautilus from her surging, joyful Moshi Moshi EP’s.

October 2017
Haza performed by RTE Contempo Quartet, National Gallery of Ireland

Kaleidoscope present a programme of music to complement the exhibition Käthe Kollwitz: Life, Death and War, now on display in the Print Gallery. Featuring pieces by the rarely heard female Czech composer, Vítēzslava Kaprálová, and a Schoenberg work based on a poem by Richard Dehmel, the programme offers a unique opportunity to connect with Kollwitz through the music of two contemporaries, mirrored by music from two female composers who preceded and followed her.


Clara Schumann: 6 Lieder, Op 13
Rory Musgrave (baritone), Lance Coburn (piano)

Vítēzslava Kaprálová: “April Preludes” Op. 13
Lance Coburn (piano)

Linda Buckley: “Haza” for string quartet & electronics
RTE Contempo Quartet

Arnold Schoenberg: “Verklarte Nacht” Op. 4
RTE Contempo Quartet, Karen Dervan (viola), William Butt (cello)

October 2017
Fridur at National Sawdust, New York

Fridur for piano and electronics performed at National Sawdust Brooklyn, Isabelle O’Connell

November 2017
downward in a freezing earth performed in Hong Kong

downward in a freezing earth (bass cl / vl / vc + tape) performed by Concorde at Sai Wan Ho Civic Centre, Hong Kong

New Spatial Work for Sounding Out the Space

During the Sounding Out the Space Conference the Spatial Music Collective will present two concerts of spatial music involving both live and electronic music in St. Laurence’s Church.

December 2017
Developing new work with Galvanize Ensemble, Tokyo

Collaboration with London based Galvanize Ensemble on developing new composition/improvisation based work, Tokyo Wonder Site residency

May 2018
Barbican commission for Powerplant, London

New commission for Powerplant at the Barbican. ‘Combining visuals, bold new approaches to composition and the sonic virtuosity of Joby Burgess’s Xylosynth, Powerplant create an electronically-enhanced fusion of arts that speaks right here and right now.’


Linda Buckley

Linda Buckley is an Irish composer currently based in New York, who writes for both electronic and acoustic forces. The diverse instrumentations of her work include Javanese Gamelan, choir, multi-channel tape, prepared piano and orchestra. Read more »


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