A collection of audiovisual examples
For a concert based around graphic scores, the Baltimore-based Pique Collective performed a graphic score titled "Anomaly", composed back in 2013.
This graphic score is available to purchase here.
SEIKILOS is a text-score based on the Seikilos epitaph - the oldest knwn complete human composition. Performed here by the contemporary music collective Echoshed (founded by David Denyer and Chris Schlecte-Bond), accompanied by a visual light display designed and performed by Sam Hoppen.
The SEIKILOS text score is available to purchase here.
In 2016, The experimental Collide Theatre group devised an immersive performance of Heiner Muller's Hamletmachine at Ugly Duck's Garage venue.
A collaboration with documentary filmmaker and Goldsmiths graduate Alexandra Gaulupeau, the score to this film was constructed from recordings made from interacting with a snail shell. This included blowing across the opening, bowing the edge of the spiral and striking the side with a rubber-tipped toothpick. This documentary is currently touring festivals and has won a number of awards, including BUFVC's Learning on Screen Student Production Documentary Award, and the EDA Award for Best Female Directed Short Film at DOXA 2017.
UCL Classics Society's production of Euripedes' Bacchae won multiple awards (including the Sunday TImes Judges' Commendation for Best Sound and Music at NSDF 2015) and toured Europe throughout 2015, ending in a radically immersive promenade performance in the main space of the British Museum to an audience of over 1000.
David has produced and released a number of records which are available for streaming on Soundcloud.