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Listening to Climate Change; experiments with sonic democracy

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07 / 07 / 2017

Free Live Performance Event

Children welcome, refreshments available

Friday, 7 July 2017 from 18:00 onwards

St. Nicholas’ Church,Cley Road, Blakeney, NR25 7NJ

To celebrate the launch of the Sounding Coastal Change project, this event will showcase:

•  Sonic creations by the children of the Pilgrim Federation of Church of England Primary Schools

•  Electronic sound art created from the sounds of Blakeney and conversations with local people

•  The premiere of a music composition inspired by the Norfolk coast

•  Discoveries from the East Anglian Film Archive

•  Folk songs olds and new

To register your attendance and for catering purposes, please CLICK HERE.

07 / 03 / 2017

Sound Installations

Free, all welcome

2 - 8 July


INSTALLATION 1 - the lookout at Morston Quay, National Trust Information Centre, Blakeney National Nature Reserve

INSTALLATION 2 - St. Nicholas' Church, Cley Road, Blakeney, NR25 7NJ

Sound artists Lona Kozik and Richard Fair have created two distinct sound works based upon ‘found sound’ recorded in the local area, and research interviews with local residents.

07 / 03 / 2017

Sound Recording Workshops

Students at the Pilgrim Federation of C. of E. Primary Schools

Week of 3 - 7 July 2017

Locations: Blakeney Primary School

Students will learn how to use sound recording equipment, how to record environmental sounds outdoors, and the techniques of mini-interviews with people in their community. The workshop facilitators, Johanna Wadsley and Richard Fair, will then edit, geotag and upload the children’s creations to the Sound Map on www.soundingcoastalchange.org, and the children will present their work at the live performance event on Friday 7 July 2017.

05 / 07 / 2017

International Dawn Chorus Day

Richardfair is on Mixlr

Live web broadcast followed by a Q&A session at the NWT, Cley

Live web broadcast two hours either side of dawn, estimated time of broadcast 04:30 - 06:30

Q&A with the recording team at a ‘Bird Bonanza’ session at the Norfolk Wildlife Trust Aspinall Centre, 10:00 - 11:30

Thursday, 7 May 2017 from 04:30 to 11:30 (GMT)

Venue: Norfolk Wildlife Trust Visitor Centre, Cley, NR25 7SA

A live web broadcast of the dawn chorus on Cley Marshes, for International Dawn Chorus Day, linked by Reveil: a 24 hour broadcast that tracks the sounds of daybreak, travelling West from microphone to microphone on sounds transmitted live by audio streamers around the globe. This activity is part of the Cley Calling celebration of North Norfolk's wildlife and people.

Listen to the live broadcast here: