Composer Bekah Simms‘ varied output has been heralded as “nuanced and complex” (NOW Magazine) and “cacophonous, jarring, oppressive — and totally engrossing!” (CBC Music). Propelled equally by fascination and terror toward the universe, her work is often filtered through the personal lens of her anxiety. Foremost among her current compositional interests is quotation and the friction between recognizability and complete obfuscation.
Bekah Simms at ONSOUND
- Composing with Electronics, a free seminar — Thursday, October 17 9:00-10:15am (Memorial University School of Music)
- Pre-concert talk with Dr. Bekah Simms — Friday, October 18 at 6:30pm
- Aiding and Abetting, music performed by Gillian Sheppard — Friday, October 18 at 7:30 (Memorial University School of Music)