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Who this event is for

  • Everyone


Headington Campus, Additional venues around Oxford (Old Fire Station; OVADA; Holywell Music Room and venues across Oxford)


Audiograft is an annual festival of Experimental Music and Sound Art located in Oxford and curated by SARU. The festival aims to develop new audiences and an awareness of the auditory through the presentation of internationally acclaimed, ground breaking performances and installations, educational and public engagement projects in concert halls, galleries, public spaces and online.

Audiograft returns with its annual mix of new experimental music, sound art events and exhibitions. This year's performance features extraordinary sound works, such as Gordon Monahan's ‘Speaker Swinging’ and Austrian artist Billy Roisz. At the heart of the festival is a group exhibition at OVADA featuring Ray Lee's new automated installation ‘Wondrous Machine’ and a new piece by Martin Nutt whilst the university campus presents a work by Max Eastley. There are performances by experimental baroque ensemble Trio Aporia, improvisers Patrick Famer and David Lacey, pianist Philip Howard, violinist Darragh Morgan and sound artists Arnaud Riviere, Anne F Jacques, Mike Blow and more...