Artist in Residence: Emily Howard



Specifically associated with the Leverhulme Residency in 2015, Emily composed two works Leviathan and Orbits for duo scapegoat. These compositions are musical responses to Lasse Rempe-Gillen’s recent mathematical research in dynamical systems. The links below take you to videos of process and live performances of the works.

Orbits - for soprano saxophone and percussion

Leviathanfor baritone saxophone and percussion

During 2015, Emily also worked on the following musical compositions:

sphere - for symphony orchestra

Threnos - for two voices

Public Lectures

Leverhulme Artist in Residence Presentation

Points of Convergence: Music meets Mathematics - 17th November 2015, The Forsight Centre, University of Liverpool

Ada Lovelace Bicentenary Celebrations 2015

Watch Emily in conversation with David de Roure (Director, Oxford e-Research Centre) at the University of Oxford’s Ada Lovelace Symposium. They discuss Emily’s operatic scena ‘Ada sketches’ and recent interactive event ‘Turning Numbers into Notes’ with mathematician Lasse Rempe-Gillen and musicians from the Royal Northern College of Music.

View the Turning Numbers into Notes podcast

Arts and Sciences Symposia

Emily is keen to encourage conversations and interactions between artists and scientists and has organised the following events in Liverpool:

Arts and Sciences Forum "The Creative Process" 17th November 2015

Arts and Sciences Symposium - 11th June 2015