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 BitterSuite explores the combination of synaesthesia and graphic notation to make choreographed sensory experiences set to music. Particularly focusing on how sensory stimulation can enhance a listeners experience of and engagement with classical music. Can one sense enhance the experience of the other - and how? Projects include an R+D in collaboration with Sense UK - funded by the Arts Council, a multi-sensory concert for Debussy’s String Quartet in G (featured in The Guardian and on BBC Radio three); sensory music education projects funded by Sound Connections and others.
       
     
Crystal project header (bittersuite).png
       
     
 BitterSuite explores the combination of synaesthesia and graphic notation to make choreographed sensory experiences set to music. Particularly focusing on how sensory stimulation can enhance a listeners experience of and engagement with classical music. Can one sense enhance the experience of the other - and how? Projects include an R+D in collaboration with Sense UK - funded by the Arts Council, a multi-sensory concert for Debussy’s String Quartet in G (featured in The Guardian and on BBC Radio three); sensory music education projects funded by Sound Connections and others.
       
     

BitterSuite explores the combination of synaesthesia and graphic notation to make choreographed sensory experiences set to music. Particularly focusing on how sensory stimulation can enhance a listeners experience of and engagement with classical music. Can one sense enhance the experience of the other - and how? Projects include an R+D in collaboration with Sense UK - funded by the Arts Council, a multi-sensory concert for Debussy’s String Quartet in G (featured in The Guardian and on BBC Radio three); sensory music education projects funded by Sound Connections and others.