nl fr en
Q-02 logo
workspace for experimental music and sound art
14/12/2007 - 15/12/2007
27/07/2009 - 02/08/2009
04/01/2009 - 06/12/2009
16/05/2010 -
25/11/2010 - 20:30
26/02/2018 - 10:00-17:00
19/02/2018 - 03/03/2018
Tim Parkinson

Tim Parkinson (b.1973) is an independent composer, based in London, UK since 1997. Music has been written for various groups and ensembles including Apartment House, Reservoir, London Sinfonietta, [rout], Chroma; and for various instrumentalists including Stephen Altoft, Angharad Davies, Rhodri Davies, Julia Eckhardt, Anton Lukoszevieze, Tanja Masanti, Andrew Sparling, Craig Shepard, Philip Thomas, Stefan Thut. Music has been performed in UK, Europe, USA, Armenia, New Zealand, Japan.Broadcasts of music have been on Resonance FM (www.resonancefm.com), Wandelweiser Radio (www.timescraper.de), BBC Radio 3, and WDR Köln.A recording of "cello piece" played by Stefan Thut is available on Edition Wandelweiser Records. He is also active as pianist and performer, both independently and also by invitation, having been an occasional performer with Apartment House, and Plus-Minus, and having performed in the UK in venues such as Tate Modern, Barbican, Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, and further afield in Europe, and South America. Independently he has curated, presented and performed many concerts. Since 2003 has been regularly performing with composer James Saunders in the lo-fi any-sound-producing-means duo Parkinson Saunders.In 2005 launched the yearly London based concert series, “Music We’d Like to Hear” (www.musicwedliketohear.com) with composers John Lely and Markus Trunk. A fifth series is planned for summer 2009.He studied at Worcester College, Oxford; studied privately with Kevin Volans in Dublin; and in 2001 he participated in the Ostrava New Music Days, attending seminars with Alvin Lucier, Zsolt Nagy and Christian Wolff.

http://www.untitledwebsite.com/
SOUNDS
Lucie Vitkova 8/9/2018 @ MAAC
Paulo Dantas 8/2018
Stefaan Quix 11/2017


Q-O2 is supported by the Flemish Community, VGC and Creative Europe
Q-O2
Koolmijnenkaai 30-34
B-1080 Brussels
T: +32 (0)2 245 48 24
F: +32 (0)2 245 48 24
info@q-o2.be