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|Benjamin Oliver||LOVE LETTERS (2023)|
|Anna Appleby||Reservoir (2022, rev. 2023)|
|Rob Laidlow||Post-Singularity Songs (2023)|
|Zakiya Leeming||Meanwhile, in other dreams (2023)|
|Oliver Sellwood||Charlene from Big Data (2021, rev. 2023)|
|Megan Steinberg||New Inventions (2023)|
|Adam Swayne||piano & synth|
|Siwan Rhys||piano, toy piano & synth|
|Sam Wilson||drum kit|
|Blake Troise||synth design & build|
|Aaron Holloway-Nahum||director & sound design|
‘British soul sensation’ Hannah Williams joins forces with a new music superstar Riot Ensemble quartet to premiere Benjamin Oliver’s song cycle LOVE LETTERS. The work includes melancholic, absurd and dramatic expressions of love made with LovelaceGPT, a new AI text generation model developed by University of Southampton researchers.
AI music and text generation, as well as sound processing, feature in five distinctive works by leading young composers. The ‘startingly gifted’ Colombian-American soprano Stephanie Lamprea guests for three vocal pieces.
This event will last approximately 90 minutes, including an interval.
The LOVE LETTERS [WITH AI] project is supported by the University of Southampton Web Science Institute & Department of Music.