Performances of Caitlin Rowley’s music and by Caitlin as performer, and exhibitions featuring Caitlin’s artwork.
10 November 2021: Quiet Songs at Music Current, Dublin
Part of Bastard Assignments’ ‘Execution’ set, including a new work by Timothy Cape, Will by Edward Henderson and Josh Spear’s FEED. More info at Music Current » or Buy tickets »
25 November 2021: [Performing] Bastard Assignments at Nonclassical
Edward Henderson’s Will and Josh Spear’s FEED alongside sets by James McIlwraith and Chihiro Ono at iklectic in London. More info and tickets at Nonclassical »
29 November 2021: A Memory of Wind at City University
The public premiere of this piece from 2020, in a set with Bastard Assignments and friends
2 December 2021: A Memory of Wind at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge
Part of an instrumental set by Bastard Assignments with Kathryn Williams performing Ferneyhough’s Unity Capsule.
21-30 August 2021: WALKS 5-12 and HAYDN SPACE OPERA at Electric Medway
Electric Medway festival presents the premiere of WALKS 5-12 (by Kaths Kaff, and commissioned by Electric Medway) as part of their digital programme. HAYDN SPACE OPERA will also be presented as part of the Festival’s Showcase programme. For more information, see https://electricmedway.co.uk/
27 June 2021: A Memory of Wind premiere
Caitlin will perform her solo viola piece A Memory of Wind at a house gig. Private performance, no tickets available.
15 June 2021: Launch: WALKS 1-4
Launch of this collaborative video piece, created with Katie Hanning and Jon England, two of Caitlin’s collaborators in the collective Kaths Kaff. Available on YouTube from 15 June 2021. Subscribe to my YouTube channel to be notified when this and future video releases (including vlog episodes) go live.
10-23 May 2021: HAYDN SPACE OPERA at SparkFest 2021
Caitlin’s virtual reality piece, created on the Mozilla Hubs browser-based platform. A performance in a notebook, coffee on loop, Bastard Assignments rehearsals, Phyllida Barlow and an apocalypse. Come on in!
Presented by Bath Spa University’s SparkFest digital festival. Free and open 24/7 – explore HAYDN SPACE OPERA now »