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  1. Noise In And As Music | Aaron Einbond
    Noise In And As Music | Aaron Einbond / 9-9-2013 / ·

    […] to share the description and table of contents for Noise In And As Music, co-edited with Aaron Cassidy, to be published by the University of Huddersfield Press at the […]

  2. 9 Music Noise Blogs - Pop Revelations
    9 Music Noise Blogs – Pop Revelations / 9-19-2013 / ·

    […] Noise In And As Music – Aaron CassidyI have just sent off the final proof for the book I have edited with my colleague Aaron Einbond, titled Noise In And As Music and published by Huddersfield University Press. The book will be formally launched at the Noise In. […]

  3. julio
    julio / 11-12-2013 / ·

    Bravo!

  4. seansay
    seansay / 2-22-2014 / ·

    Hi Aaron! Can I buy this book in amazon or other place?

  5. Alan
    Alan / 2-23-2015 / ·

    Great to see the rehearsal process. When will full performance be available on line? Difficult to access footage on You Tube. Entering Diego Costa give a lot of football stuff!

  6. Stewart Miller
    Stewart Miller / 5-23-2016 / ·

    Can’t wait to hear it!

  7. Alan Munro
    Alan Munro / 8-8-2016 / ·

    Hi Aaron.
    Alan Munro from Alba New Music here. Looking forward to welcoming you to Edinburgh in October.
    Can you give me any more details of gig at City University , London in November please?
    Kind regards
    Alan

  8. The wreck of former boundaries (music video) | Angela Guyton
    The wreck of former boundaries (music video) | Angela Guyton / 5-11-2017 / ·

    […] is a blog post Aaron wrote about it […]

  9. John Bryan
    John Bryan / 6-28-2017 / ·

    Is there any data about the gender balance amongst composers more generally? Is the admirable aim of going for 50/50 actually likely to disadvantage male composers, who may simply be in the majority in the world at large?

  10. lindaokeeffe
    lindaokeeffe / 6-29-2017 / ·

    Fantastic news, as founder of the Women in Sound Women on Sound organisation, http://www.wiswos.com, located in Lancaster, I am happy to support an activity like this in any way I can.
    Regards
    Linda O Keeffe
    http://www.lindaokeeffe.com

  11. Todd McKean
    Todd McKean / 9-2-2017 / ·

    is this book still available, anywhere?

  12. Alan
    Alan / 11-11-2017 / ·

    Hi Aaron, great to see performances in the U.K early next year. Already looking forward!
    A

  13. Protected: Supporting women in sound: 8 suggestions for men. – Dr Liz Dobson
    Protected: Supporting women in sound: 8 suggestions for men. – Dr Liz Dobson / 2-23-2018 / ·

    […] set equity targets i.e. to be recording a equal ratio of female artists, works by female composers, and working with sound engineers by a specific date. Huddersfield Contemporary Records at The University of Huddersfield have done this. See this excellent statement and commitment from Professor Aaron Cassidy. […]

  14. CeReNeM, Gender, Diversity, and Quotas (an update) – Aaron Cassidy
    CeReNeM, Gender, Diversity, and Quotas (an update) – Aaron Cassidy / 3-6-2018 / ·

    […] June, as my first act as the newly appointed Director of CeReNeM, I made a commitment to attain a 50/50 gender balance across the composers represented on CeReNeM’s HCR record label by 2022. With the wonderful […]

  15. Radio Rambler – International Women’s Day 2018 – The Rambler
    Radio Rambler – International Women’s Day 2018 – The Rambler / 3-8-2018 / ·

    […] Some good things: Huddersfield Contemporary Records committing to 50/50 representation ‘within five years‘ (ie 2022); the PRS’s recently announced Keychange pledge, which ties 45 international […]

  16. mimo
    mimo / 6-1-2018 / ·

    ” Is the admirable aim of going for 50/50 actually likely to disadvantage male composers, who may simply be in the majority in the world at large?” What struck me about this question is the fact that there could be damage to male composers. Of course there will be damage. How can we have a better representation of women whithout hurting men? I have listen to 61 days of streaming music composed by 1731 women in classical music so far. It is a shame there aren’t more Women’s Works in Concert Halls. Here in Canada, for the 2018-2019 season of 6 main large Orchestras, there will be 95% of played Works by men. 95%.

  17. #audioequitypledge – Dr Liz Dobson
    #audioequitypledge – Dr Liz Dobson / 8-28-2018 / ·

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