Arts & Humanities Research Council PhD Studentship awarded by the Consortium for the Humanities and the Arts South-East England (CHASE)
I am delighted to share that I have been awarded an AHRC CHASE studentship for my PhD project on neurodivergent creative practices at Goldsmiths, University of London! This prestigious scholarship will enable me to conduct in-depth investigations, collaborate with other Neurodivergent artists, and make a positive impact within Neurodivergent communities and beyond.
Eleanor Kelly will perform (F)rammenti, for solo guitar, on the 11/03/22 at 7pm at the Captsone Theatre, Liverpool, as part of a superb program of solo guitar music. More info at https://www.eleanorguitar.com/events
Performance of (F)rammenti at the Kings Place for La Leona Guitar Summit
Eleanor Kelly will perform (F)rammenti, for solo guitar, on the 17/07/21 at Kings Place, London, as part of he La Leona Guitar Festival. More info at https://www.kingsplace.co.uk/whats-on/classical/tom-kerstens-g-plus-ensemble-and-la-leona-women-and-the-guitar/?fbclid=IwAR2QBSUHAnXH4n0hYK9yq6wsdxTN5FB-b7n-JBUpfG2QIf_WEQdPU3D6YXQ
Interview on Music Works Podcast
I talk about finding supportive spaces as a female composer and performer, and developing her creative practice as a woman and a parent, in the latest episode of Music Works podcast.
Digital Premiere of 'Aquatic Dance'
Aquatic Dance, for alto saxophone and piano, received its digital premiere as part of Illuminate Women's Music 2020 concert season. You can view the concert online at the following link:
'Volcano' at the Attenborough Arts Centre
Sound installation for loudspeakers and vibrating floor 'Volcano', by Nina Danon and Francesco Cassino, with cello performances by Lily Hope, will be presented at the Attenborough Art Centre in Leicester on the 21/01/23, as part of the Aural Diversity Workshop 5. View the full programme here: https://auraldiversity.org/workshop5.html
Premiere of The Island The Sea The Volunteer And The Refugee
My piece based on a poem by Louise Wallwein, will receive its premiere on the 25/03/21 as part of Psappha's Music For Cimbalom concert, performed by Claire Wild, Benedict Holland, Jennifer Langridge and Tim Williams, and conducted by Stephen Barlow. Visit Psappha's website for more information, and for a link to the livestream: https://www.psappha.com/event/in-focus-music-for-cimbalom/
Digital Premiere of 'The Caress Of The Sea'
The Caress Of The Sea, for alto saxophone and piano, received its digital premiere as part of Illuminate Women's Music 2020 concert season. You can view the concert online at the following link: https://youtu.be/798DutrQRLY
Opening of the Schneiberg Museum
The Schneiberg Museum, featuring a sound installation by Francesco Cassino and myself and video art I co-created with Andreas Nold, is now open in Turin, Italy.
Viewings are by appointment only, visit the museum's website for more information:
'Orkney at War' premiere
Psappha Ensemble will premiere this composition for string sextet to a film by Tim Williams on the 31/03/2022, as part of Psappha's The Last Island, an homage to Peter Maxwell Davies featuring new works by Ben Gaunt, Derri Joseph Lewis, Lisa Robertson, Nina Danon, Electra Perivolaris and Athanasia Kontou.
Book here: https://www.halle.co.uk/whats-on/hsp-psappha-the-last-island/
'The Caress Of The Sea' premiere
The Caress Of The Sea, for alto saxophone and piano, will be performed by Naomi Sullivan and Kumi Matsuo as part of Illuminate Women's Music 2021 season. Dates in London, Cardiff, Nottingham and Birmingham. For more information, please visit: https://www.illuminatewomensmusic.co.uk/whats-on-2021-season-i-and-ii.html?fbclid=IwAR2QCxBGgUCQRRwOBgPAiwg8hs5ZWGAE2TsrpYfLAEd3QQ-PnTAAsBSbhb4
Psappha's New Season
Psappha's 2020-21 season has been announced! My new work based on poem by Louise Wallwein will receive its premiere on the 25/03 as part of the Music For Cimbalom concert, performed by Claire Wild, alongside new works by Jay Capperauld, Shruti Rajasekar, David Nunn and Alan Williams.