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The Oram Awards 2023

Sun 19 Nov 2023

The Oram Awards 2023

The Oram Awards is a platform for innovation in sound, music and related technologies celebrating and supporting the next generation of forward-thinking Women, Trans, Non-Binary and Gender Diverse artists working in this field in the UK and across the globe.

Named after Daphne Oram, one of the founding directors of the legendary BBC Radiophonic Workshop, the awards aim to build on her legacy as a pioneering electronic composer. With others she worked at the workshop creating music for the distant future, the distant past and inside the mind. Along with other women of the workshop, including Delia Derbyshire, Glynis Jones, Jenyth Worsley, Maddalena Fagandini and Elizabeth Parker, Oram played a vital role in establishing women at the forefront of innovation in newly emerging audio technologies not only in the UK but around the world.

Book Distribution of Power: synth workshop — Sun 19 Nov

Book Oram Panel Discussion — Sun 19 Nov (Free event, but a ticket is required)

Kings Place are pleased to announce the names of the Oram Award 2023 winning artists:

International Category – In partnership with the British Council

·        VIKTORIA/ rEmPiT g0dDe$$ (Malaysia)
·        Maya Al Khaldi مايا الخالدي (Palestine)

UK Category – In partnership with the PRS Foundation

·        Afromerm
·        Geo Aghinea
·        Hannan Jones
·        Helen Anahita Wilson
·        Natalie Roe
·        No Home

All the winners receive a talent bursary prize and mentorship support.

Join us on Sunday November 19th for series of events in celebration of the Oram Awards 2023 with workshops, panel discussion and an evening event featuring live performances from some of this year’s winning artists whose work represents the wide spectrum of innovative sound artists working in the UK and further afield today.

6pm – Live performances:

No Home
Hannan Jones
VIKTORIA / rEmPiT g0dDe$$

The evening event is free, but a ticket is required.

Partners: PRS Foundation, The British Council, The Radiophonic Institute & Daphne Oram Trust

This event will last approximately 2 hours 30 minutes, including an interval.

Date:Sun 19 Nov 2023
Start time:6pm (Doors: 5.30pm)
Venue:Hall Two

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