Concerts, Performances & Sound Installation

Concerts, Performances & Sound Installations

Árchú @ Ereagail Arts Festival 2019
Árchú with Anne Martin + DLÙ @ CELTIC CONNECTIONS 2019 (Glasgow CCA)  Link  

Árchú music band
Árchú music band

Kìla + Árchú @ IMBOLC festival 2018
Árchú  @ IMRAM festival 2018
Árchú @ Electric Picnic 2017 : an poball gaeilge, Mindfield
Árchú + Imlé @ Ereagail Arts Festival 2017
Árchú @ Swell Festival 2017 : Arranmore Island
Árchú @ Ereagail Arts Festival 2016 :  « Árchú & Na Baird Nua-Aoiseacha » Aranmore Island Link to vidéo
Árchú @ Ereagail Arts Festival 2015 « Na baird Nua-Aoiseacha »

na bard Árchú @ Ereagail Arts Festival

« Sasquatch »
experimental musical theatre premiere, Cultúrlann Doire 31/01/2016    Link
Text : Gabriel Rosenstock, Producer / Director : Peter O’Doherty, Choreographer : Bridget Madden
Performers : Eugene Skeef, Josie Nugent, Clea Friend (music), Bridget Madden, Gary Rowntree (dance)
live electroacoustic & sound design: Guillaume Beauron
Video artists : Vincent O’Callaghan, Conor McCarron, Set design : Ciarán Ó Dochartaigh
« Sasquatch » is a unique piece of experimental musical theatre bringing together the extraordinary talents of poet Gabriel Rosenstock, musician-composer Eugene Skeef and dancer-choreographer Bridget Madden in a brand new multi-lingual production featuring live improvised music, singing voice, spoken voice, dance and film sequences.

Sasquarch : Photo Brian Stafford
« Sasquatch » – Photos Brian Stafford

« Duo Beauron – O’Doherty »  Music Duo Beauron O Doherty
Guillaume Beauron: prepared guitar, electro-acoustic devices,
Peter O’Doherty : violins

Live in Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin Doire, Derry 25th March 2013
Extract to listen :
Live in Cultúrlann, Derry

 

Music_duo_Beauron_O_Doherty

Skibbereen Arts Festival 2011: « Objets sonores » solo improv with electro-acoustic devices
Sound installation : Tory North side

solo impro for Neil Carroll's art installation at the Joinery Gallery Dublin

 « Working Backwards » solo impro for Neil Carroll’s art installation at the Joinery Gallery Dublin – 2011
Link to video

electroacoustic concert in The Joinery - Dublin

Skibbereen Arts Festival 2010 : sound installation / workshop with Chris Watson

RADIALX 2008 : festival Internacional de Arte Ràdio : Improvisation with João Castro Pinto and Gilles Aubry, live on Radio Zero, Lisbon – 2008

Sound performance 2 in Lisbon

FUTURA 2009 « Héry »  17′ musique concrète composition played on acousmonium Motus (100 speakers), Crest, France
Link

musique concrete composition Héry
Héry, photo Eric Beauron

ENGRENAGES 2008 « Les Vélos sonores »  60′ sound creation composed during residency at studio Euphonia/ Friche de la Belle de Mai/ Marseille, France
broadcasted live on bicycles tours through the city + live on Radio Grenouille
Extract to listen
link to video

Performing Velos sonores

manifestation sonore

Concerts with Jull, France – 2003 / 2004

concerts with Jull

Concerts with Madrid, ( Ici D’ailleurs label)  France – 2001

Concerts : electro-acoustic improvisation with Lionel Marchetti, Manu Holterbach, Olivier Capparos, Nicolas Losson at Accès Local – Paris + le 102 Grenoble, France – 2000

Concerts with Margot, (Post-rock),  France + various compilation appearances – 1997 / 2000

« fáire » 50Electro-acoustic composition for art installation by Ian Joyce, Gortahork, Ireland – 2005 electroacoustic composition of Fàire

« watershed » 30′ Electro-acoustic composition for art installation by Ian Joyce – archeologic museum Cagliari, Italy – 2005

Musica gravada del tercero millenero 2006 – Andalucia, Spain  « Liber » with Olivier Capparos + CD launch @ la Péniche Opéra, Paris, France – 2004  + broadcasted on France Culture and WDR

« Les Moyens du bord»  Assistant of electroacoustic composer laurent Sellier for the creation of the hörspiel, Première at Résonances Festival Saint Nazaire – 2002

« Etre sur terre et ce que j’en retiens » with Jull : music composed for the play written by Alexandre Lacroix (Ed Calmann-Levy) directed by Alexandre Forey – 2003, Théatre Le Rio, Grenoble.

music of Jull CD

« Trop Petit Trop Grand » music composed for Lucas David choreography
Théâtre de Poche Manoly Compagnie, Grenoble, France 2002

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