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Warsaw Autumn


On 18th September 2020, Warsaw Autumn festival opens with Monika Wolińska conducting the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra in Juliana Hodkinson's CAN MODIFY COMPLETELY / IN THIS CASE / NOT THAT IT WILL MAKE ANY DIFFERENCE ... (2016), for modified solo electric guitar and orchestra. The concert will be livestreamed.

Warsaw Autumn also featured Juliana Hodkinson's work in 2016, with Scenatet's production of her semi-staged modular work ANGEL VIEW (2014). And in 2017, Frauke Aulbert and Malgorzata Walentynowicz performed Juliana Hodkinson and Niels Rønsholdt's piece X & X (2017) at Warsaw Autumn, as part of the Série Rose programme.

More info to follow...

June 23rd

Jounce ad hoc


Karolina Öhman plays JOUNCE (2016) at Gare du Nord's 'ad hoc' series in Basel, on 11th June, alongside words by
Mauela Kere, Luciano Berio and J.S. Bach.
Maximum audience: 40 people.
ad hoc concert programme and info

And Åsa Åkerberg plays JOUNCE (2016) at ensemble recherche's special Wandelkonzert in Freiburg, on 19th June, alongside works by Claude Vivier, Frederic Rzewski and Fabien Lévy.
The concert is for small, divided audience, and will be performed twice, at 7pm and 8.30pm.
Wandelkonzert programme and info

June 5th

Recorded Delivery

New work

Performer and composer Alwynne Pritchard has been busy during lockdown times with her Recorded Delivery project: dozens of short confined-performance videos, based on messages sent to her by composers from near and far.

Here you can listen to Juliana Hodkinson's Video Postcard 26 for Recorded Delivery.

And here is the Recorded Delivery project in its entirety (ongoing).

May 2nd

Radio space

Throughout March, Borealis Festival is streaming work by renowned international sound artists, radio artists and composers, including three works by Juliana Hodkinson from her collaborations with other artists:

- TURBULENCE, an electronic chamber opera to a libretto by Cynthia Troup, soprano Deborah Kayser, actor Anneli Bjoråsen

- ON/OFF, a binaural soundpiece with words and voice by Ursula Andkjær Olsen

- MAPS, a soundpiece composed with David Young, with words and voice by Cynthia Troup, violin Yasutaka Hemmi, cello Caerwen Martin, piano Katrine Gislinge, percussion Henrik Larsen

Look out for listening stations popping up during Borealis Festival in Bergen, 4-8th March, in the Festival Office in Verkstedet, Hordaland Kunstsenter, Bergen Kunsthall and Bergen Public Library.

Listen online 24/7 throughout March

March 3rd

All my friends


Samuel Stoll plays ALL MY FRIENDS REALLY ARE SUPERHEROES (2011), for horn and electronics at Yeah, but ... / NUMU in Baden, Switzerland, on 28th February 2020.

More Swiss concerts coming up later this spring, when Mondrian Ensemble plays Juliana Hodkinson's new string trio BEAT (2020) in Zürich, Basel, Winterthur, Zofingen and Uetikon am See on 17th-26th May. Click on calendar on the left here for more info.

February 22nd

Curating potential

The Bloomsbury Handbook of Sound Art (ed. Sanne Krogh Groth & Holger Schulze) is released on 20th Feb 2020, with a chapter by Juliana Hodkinson on migration and sonic practices in Berlin, in conversation with curators Elke Moltrecht and Julia Gerlach.

The Bloomsbury Handbook of Sound Art explores what sound art is in the 21st century, discussing transcultural trends towards the post-apocalyptic, a wide sensorial spectrum of sonic imaginaries as well as processes of decolonization and deinstitutionalization around the making of sound.

With chapters by Annea Lockwood, Cathy Lane, Brandon LaBelle, Morten Riis and Søren Møller Sørensen, among many others.

Pre-order a copy from Bloomsbury Academic

January 23rd



Still running at the Royal Library in Copenhagen until 18th January 2020, ON/OFF is a hybrid binaural/ambient sound installation, created by Juliana Hodkinson and Ursula Andkjær Olsen, for the exhibition Circle Breaker with sculptures and photography by Sophia Kalkau.

Circle Breaker was nominated for the Schade Prize 2019, for interdisciplinary openings in new Danish literature.

Watch a short trailer

December 8th

Who is the 'I'?

The festival and symposium ‘Who is the “I” that performs?: Enacting Musical Identities’ gathers a diverse range of perspectives on questions of identity and subjectivity in music, with presentations from international artist-researchers and responses from three artistic researchers: Juliana Hodkinson, Kimberly Campanello and Darla Crispin.

The festival celebrates the work of the Orpheus Institute research cluster ‘Performance, Subjectivity and Experimentation’, convened by Catherine Laws, William Brooks, David Gorton and Stefan Östersjö, with performances and the launch of the book Voices, Bodies, Practices: Performing Musical Subjectivities (Leuven University Press).

More info here

November 23rd

Adventures in silence


Juliana Hodkinson pursues more adventures in silence, with Berlin's Eufonia Festival, at the intersection of sound, art and science.

On 29th November 2019 she introduces small groups of curious listeners to the Technische Universität's anechoic chamber.

And on 3rd November 2019 she joins artist Martine-Nicole Rojina, psychiatrist Nicolas Lorenzini and neuroscientist Nicolas Endres in a panel discussion on silence at Acud macht neu.

Go to the Eufonia Festival website

October 27th

Podcast interview


Swedish journalist Birgitta Tollan has made a podcast interview - in English - with Juliana Hodkinson, commissioned by the Danish Composers' Union.

With excerpts from I GREET YOU A THOUSAND TIMES (2005), LIGHTNESS (2015), CAN MODIFY COMPLETELY/ IN THIS CASE/ NOT THAT IT WILL MAKE ANY DIFFERENCE (2016) and ANGEL VIEW (2014), Tollan and Hodkinson talk about matches, angels, electric guitars, speaking up and winning prizes.

Listen to the podcast here

September 18th