The Yuha Archive :: “SONICFOLIO SCORES” :: An Introduction— FIELD NOTES
SONICFOLIO was a collection of graphic scores jointly produced by The Yuha Archive (Toronto), The Operating System Liminal Lab (New York), and Andata Express (Montreal). Each graphic score sought to explore a “new” concept in musical notation and interpretation.
These scores have been performed by me, or in careful collaboration with an invited guest artist. Notable guest artists who have contributed to interpreting these graphic scores include: Alinovsky, Erich Barganier, Nobuo Kubota, and Elæ Moss.
A total of eleven graphic scores were produced between August 2021 to August 2022.
All scores will be archived online. Please refer to Medium or The Yuha Archive.
To stay up to date on the SONICSCORE Series: https://medium.com/the-operating-system/tagged/field-notes
Stanford Cheung engages across a variety of creative hubs as a classical pianist, sonic artist, improvisor, and multi-disciplinary poet. From concerto performances with orchestras, poetry recitals, to electronic free-form improvisation for art installations, Cheung has collaborated internationally with a variety of artists and scholars, including Morgan Fisher, Steven J Fowler, Shahzad Ismaily and Nobuo Kubota. Cheung’s commissioned projects have been exhibited or forthcoming at the 43rd Rhubarb Festival (Buddies in Bad Times), Osaka University OCCA, Edinburgh University, Christchurch University, Banff Centre for the Arts, Orpheus Institute, Kitakyushu Centre for Contemporary Arts, Tokyo Poetry Journal, among others. Presently, Cheung is pursuing his Doctoral degree in music at McGill University where his research is dedicated to the Japanese composer Ryuichi Sakamoto. He runs a multimodal soundscape project called The Yuha Archive. You can find him here: https://stanfordcheung.com
You can find him here: https://stanfordcheung.com/
The Yuha Archive: archiveyuha.com