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Welcome to Sunday Dance Music, an independent record company based in North Wales UK. The current aim of Sunday Dance is to promote and distribute the music of English composer and musician, Richard Garrett.

Sunday Dance is also home to nwdlbots (pronounced noodlebots), a suite of generative music devices for Ableton Live, available for download on this site.

Richard

Exploration I and II – 27th August 2015

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My two pieces using the “Exploration” Max patch will be performed at 2:30 on 27th August 2015 as part of Flute Fest at Bangor University. Ellie Lighton will be playing flute for “Exploration I” and Hephzibah Leafe will play clarinet on “Exploration II”. I’m really looking forward to playing the two pieces together!

“Only Now” in Limerick – 12 August 2015

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I will be playing “Only Now” in concert at Dance Limerick, John’s Square Limerick, Ireland on 12th August at 8:00 pm as part of ISSTC 2015.

“Exploration II” for Clarinet, Bangor 23rd April 2015

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My new piece for Clarinet and Laptop will have its premiere outing at the Electroacoustic Wales Concert on Thursday 23rd April 2015. It’s an improvisational duet between Clarinet and Laptop using much the same generative software as I wrote for “Exploration” – my flute piece played at INTER/actions in Bangor last year. The piece will be performed by Hephzibah Leafe on Clarinet and me … More…

“Once Below A Time”, London 18 -20 April

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“Once Below A Time” will be playing at Goldsmiths College in London from the 18th to 20th April. This is also part of the Sonorities festival, and my piece will feature in the same program as at SARC. The program will run daily from 15:00 to 18:00 in the Sonic Immersive Media Lab, St. James Hatcham, Goldsmiths, University of London, SE14 6NW.

“Once Below A Time” in Belfast, 22 – 26 April 2015

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My eight-channel fixed media piece, “Once Below A Time” will be playing during the Sonorities festival at SARC, Belfast as part of a rolling program of multi-channel works. These can be heard in SARC Surround Room 1 from 22nd to 26th of April.

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