2020 performances

Through 2020 and early 2021: Bastard Assignments lockdown jams
Bastard Assignments’ ‘lockdown jams’ are short experiments in online work development, created by the group’s members and guest artists including Jennifer Walshe, Marcela Lucatelli, Alexander Schubert, Neil Luck, Thick and Tight, Lea Anderson and Michael Brailey. See them all at http://bastardassignments.com/work/lockdown-jams/

14 October 2020: [Performing] Bastard Assignments live online
Performing Alexander Schubert’s Browsing, Idling, Investigating, Dreaming live online for DIKU’s Artistic Research Autumn Forum 2020.

24 July 2020: Biber Recorder Duo premieres Triptych for One
Recorder player Jennifer Mackerras premieres Caitlin’s 2012 piece for solo recorder, Triptych for One, in a programme including duo works (with Timothy Lanfear) by Mattheson, Boismortier, Bousquet and Benjamin Thorn. Streaming live online at lunchtimelive.co.ukvideo available on YouTube after the performance.

22 April 2020: goats at hiberNATION Festival
Livestreamed performance by Australian composer/performer Elizabeth Jigalin as part of a fab programme for hiberNATION Festival including music by by Peggy Polias, Ciaran Frame, Peter Ablinger, Takehisa Kosugi, Sofia Gubaidulina, Andrea Keller, Alexandra Streliski, and Johanna Beye. 7.30am Sydney time on the hiberNATION website (this is 10.30pm 21 April 2020 London time).

4 & 5 March 2020: Solo performance and installation in Bath
Caitlin will be performing intermittently over several hours on two evenings celebrating the opening of Bath Spa University’s new Locksbrook Road Campus in Bath. She will be performing Quiet Songs, dot drip line line 8918: EDGE and work by James Saunders, Oogoo Maia and Vassilis Chatzimrakis, as well as a new installation version of dot drip line line 8317: Fall.

5 February 2020: [Performing] Bastard Assignments in Oslo
Performing an extended version of Edward Henderson’s Will with Bastard Assignments in the Lindemansalen at Norwegian Academy of Music, Oslo, 8-8.20pm. This performance is part of a festival. More info (in Norwegian!) at https://nmh.no/arrangementer/ding-dong-or-dong-ding