Last Friday, Siwan Rhys and Tim Parkinson performed Mwy na digon..., a specially commissioned piece by composer Angharad Davies and NAWR #36. We also had a fantastic perfomance by Bristol based ensemble Viridian, followed by a CoDI Interact composer panel discussion. Check out the photos from the event here.
Last weekend, the first NAWR spin-off concert series launched in Hay-On-Wye. Hay NAWR #1 took place in The Globe at Hay and featured performances by Peiriant, Jenn Kirby, Beresford / Hammond and Teddy Hunter. Check out the photos from the concert here.
This week the Swansea Laptop Orchestra played a concert for a birthday party at the newly opened and impressive Elysium Gallery on the High Street in Swansea. Check out the photos of the performance here.
This week at NAWR we hosted a fantastic evening of movement and music from Good News From The Future, Cath & Phil Tyler, Sarah Angliss, Sarah Gabriel and Stephen Hiscock. Check out the photos of the concert here.
This week we had an amazing NAWR concert featuring the first NAWR Ensemble. The Ode To Joy concert saw a range of musicians play and interpret Beethoven's Ode to Joy, the anthem of Europe, on a range of instruments from timpani, tenor horn, violins, theremin, banjo, electric harp and even a nose flute! Check out the photos from the concert here.
NVIDIA have released a have showcased a demo of its GauGAN image generation tool. The software allows the user to draw rudimentary scenes using a interface similiar to MS Paint, which are then converted into photo-realistic scenes using generative adversarial networks. Check out Peter McKinnon's reaction to the software in this video.