Dr Robert Wilsmore
Collaborative Art Practices in HE: Mapping and Developing
National PALATINE project (began Feb 2009) with Liz Dobson
(Huddersfield) and Christophe Alix (Hull, Scarborough). Report due
C4C – Collaborating for Creativity CETL Research Fellow
Research Fellow in collaborative pedagogy (2008-10).
The Last Performance [Dot org]: An impossible
Article published in ‘The Journal of Creative Writing’ published by
Intellect, September 2009
The Kidnapping of Simon Piasecki
Collaborative kidnapping of Simon Piasecki as part of the ‘Twice
Rendered’ project, with Peter Morton, Nathan Walker and Gemma
Alldred (concluding) at ‘The Boathouse’ Hull, June 2009.
The Knowledge of Whitby Steps
Collaborative performance-film with Simon Piasecki, Peter Morton
and Richard Maloney, May 2009 (Part of CETL Research
Invited Artist at Goat Island Symposium March 2008, Lancaster
University. Performance intervention with Judd Morrissey.
The Music is Hiding
Composition premiered at LCM Sept 07 for the N.One concert series
curated by Dale Perkins.
‘Qui Tollis’, performed at FUSE06 International Festival, May 2006,
new movement to the ‘Techo-mass’ Commissioned for Note-ability
chamber choir and premiered at University College Chester, November
2003. An accompanying article ‘Techno, Trance and the modern
chamber choir: Intellectual game or music to groove to?’ is
published in the Leornardo Music Journal ‘Pleasure’ (Vol 12. San
Francisco. December 2002).
Artistic director for the official Opening of National Architecture
week, Leeds, 2006. A major national event held in conjunction
with Allen Tod Architects and The centre for Jazz Studies UK.
Responsible for Commissioning works from the Metropolis Quartet,
Sound poet Bruce Barnes and video artist Joe Gilmore. Invited
speakers include Hans Peter Khun, John Devries and Richard Cowell
RNCM International Conference
Paper ‘Are three chords enough? Assessing Popular music in Higher
Education’ (with Andrew Bates and Danny Cope)
Myths and Stories by her
Composition commissioned for Red Leaf Dance by choreographer Jane
Bacon as part of the Interdisciplinary Landscapes Conference
September 2004. Further performances include PARIP Conference,
Bretton Hall, Summer 2006.
Selection 44, for orchestra
Commissioned for Lakeside Arts and Viva the orchestra of the East
Midlands premiered at Djanogly hall, Nottingham on April 22nd 2004,
Conducted by Nicholas Kok. Remix of the Presto from Haydn’s
Symphony No.44. Further performances include WYSO (conducted by
Randall Whittaker), Leeds 2007.
Composition commissioned for Foreign Bodies Dance Theatre by
choreographer Vida Midgelow. Audio installation collaged from
recordings of a chamber choir in rehearsal. First performed at The
Beetroot Tree Gallery, Derbyshire, April 2004. further performances
include PARIP Conference, Bretton Hall, Summer 2006.
Musicology Forum, Leeds College of Music, June 2004
Paper ‘Selection 44: The ancient art of remixing’ delivered at the