The dialogues project

The Dialogues Project

1:15pm - 2:15pm / Wednesday 17th February 2021
Type: Music / Category: Department
  • Suitable for: All welcome
  • Admission: Free
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The Dialogues Project

Wednesday 17 February, 1.15pm

The Dialogues Project is a collection of collaborative audio-visual works between Dr Oli Carman (University of Liverpool) and Dr Mark Pilkington.
This Lunchtime Concert will feature a short video documentary that outlines the creative ideas behind the project, followed by a video performance of Synergies (2020), and a new as yet Untitled piece.

There will also be a live Q&A with Oli and Mark after the performance, hosted on Zoom, giving audience members the chance to find out a little more about the works.
An Open Circuit event.

The concert will be available to watch on Facebook, YouTube or on the Lunchtime Concerts website. Post-concert Q&A on Zoom - details below.

To join the post-concert Q&A with Oli and Mark please go to:
https://liverpool-ac-uk.zoom.us/j/96950041236?pwd=Uy92YWdtVlp0RVhGeEg4K3Z5MG1kQT09
Meeting ID: 969 5004 1236
Passcode: Th.De0Wr
For more music by Oli and Mark visit
https://soundcloud.com/oliver-carman
https://markpilkington.org.uk/