In The Dark aims to question the way people think about story telling through sound. To this end, they've recently started a "Sound Bank", which offers funding of £500–£1500 towards the production of new audio pieces of 3 to 15 minutes. They're also hosting an evening of audio works at London's Whitechapel Gallery, 18 November, 8pm.
Included are excerpts from orchestral, choral and electroacoustic works composed over the past three decades, including Kâmakalâ, Fluctuante-Immuable, Yo-In, Erkos and Galaxies.
Eloy's Shânti and Gaku-No-Michi, which have recently been released by the label hors territoires, was reviewed by Rob Young in The Wire 321
Grand Junction by Charles Linehan and Exodus, choreographed by Robert Connor and Loretta Yurrick performed by Dance Theatre Of Ireland.
Charles Linehan will be presenting two new works in London tonight: one performed to a vintage electronic work by Delia Derbyshire, one with live music composed and performed by Richard Skelton (A Broken Consort, Harlassen). London Greenwich Dance, 27–29 October, 7:45pm, £15/£12. Supported by The Wire
Contains excerpts from the forthcoming documentary Tom Zé: Liberated Astronaut which will be screened at London's ICA, 29 October, 8:30pm, supported by The Wire.