Charlie Sdraulig (D.M.A., Composition '20) and Louis d'Heudières have authored an article in the current edition of the Cambridge University Press publication, Tempo.
Intimacy, nuance, and quietude are the core themes of Charlie Sdraulig’s creative practice. His current research encompasses writing upon social interaction and innovative notations in experimental sonic practices.
Abstract excerpt: "This article proposes ways of reimagining how performers and audiences relate to one another during live performances. In contrast to forms of participation where audiences emulate well-known performer and/or composer models, the authors argue for sensitivity to audiences as they present themselves. Attending to, reciprocating and adopting audience behaviour in/as performance can lead to novel interactions, identities and formats for creative practice."