Concerts, Performances & Sound Installation

Concerts, performances & sound Installations

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

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 baird Árchú @ Ereagail Arts Festival

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



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 in Lisbon

FUTURA 2009 Héry”  17′ musique concrète composition played on acousmonium Motus, Crest, France

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

“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


Concerts with Jull ( french rock) France – 2003 / 2004

concerts with Jull

Concerts with Madrid, (Post-rock)  France – 2001

Concerts : electro-acoustic improvisations 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


Liber @ festival Musica gravada del tercero millenero 2006 – Andalucia, Spain, composed with Olivier Capparos

              CD launch @ la Péniche Opéra, Paris, France – 2004  

              broadcasted on France Culture, WDR

« Les Moyens du bord»  Assistant of electroacoustic composer laurent Sellier for the Première of the hörspiel 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