The British and Irish Modern Music (BIMM) Institute is a group of eight independent colleges with over 6,000 students that specialise in music education.
Bristol’s symbiotic relationship with sound continues to evolve with the ever-changing and diverse makeup of the city’s inhabitants and the emergence of new creative technologies. Bristol Re:sound is a sonic exploration of that relationship.
In the afternoon, take part in analogue tape composition workshops, modular synthesis workshops and composed sound walks around the city. Across three levels of Colston Hall’s Foyer, encounter sound installations which reimagine the sounds of Bristol, its musical identity and subculture through immersive soundscapes.
From 7pm the Foyer sees a sharing of short performances incorporating a variety of innovative techniques and technologies, including live sampling, VR, AV and a Turntablism Ensemble.
The evening closes in fitting style with a host of DJs on the Terrace Bar overlooking the city.
This event is the culmination of a collaboration between BIMM Institute Bristol and Bristol Music Trust and National Lottery Heritage Fund, in which students on the BA (Hons) Music Production course have been responding to themes of the social history of Bristol through music, and the evolution of sound technology and electronic music. This event showcases the most outstanding pieces of work created.
All workshops, installations and performances are free and non-ticketed.
Colston Hall Foyer – 15:00 – 19:00
Analogue tape composition workshops
Led by New Cut Studios
Modular synthesis workshops
Led by Ben Chilton of Elevator Sound
Led by Dr Jono Gilmurray of BIMM Institute
Colston Hall Foyer stage – 19:00 – 21:00
Untitled (Audio performance)
The Virtual Studio (Virtual reality performance)
Siren AV Techno Set (Audio visual performance)
Colston Hall Terrace Bar – 21:00 – 00:00
DJ sets from:
Revan (Ill Truth)