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Supercriticalmass (SCM) is a sonic arts company that brings together ‘masses’ of musicians playing identical instruments, spatialised within public places. They create immersive, meditative performance-installations that challenge traditional thinking about orchestras, homogenous ensembles, sound installation, community arts and public art practice.

FutureEverything would like to thank the following people for all their help in making the project a great success:

Professor Brian Longhurst, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Media and Digital Futures, University of Salford;

Professor Steve Davismoon, Director of Music
University of Salford
Duncan Winfield, Concert Manager
University of Salford
Richard Rock, Assistant Concert Manager
University of Salford
Brendan Williams, Music Lecturer, University of Salford
Chris Briden, Assistant Recording Studio Manager, University of Salford

Gemma Mcgee, Keira Millest, Rebekah Denny, Danny Goodier, Oliver Blyth, Shauni Tyrer, Benjamin Walker,, Jessica Tredrea, Dhani Miller, Charlotte Ankers, Craig Houlton, Adam Parr, David Hanson, Michael Jackson,, Ashley Jeffers, Rebecca Childs, Laura Grant, Benjamin Fisher, Benjamin Dixon, Arron Wolfe, Simon Oliver, Kathryn Burke, Joe Reiser


Mark Carlin, Islington Mill Studios
Bill Campbell, Islington Mill Studios
Maurice Carlin, Islington Mill Studios

Luke Jaaniste, SuperCriticalMass
Julian Day, SuperCriticalMass

Joanna Krolika (photography)
Maria Ruban (filmmaking) Ben Jones, (camera)

Gwendolen Osmond

Kathy McArdle, Quays Arts and Cultural Development Manager, The Lowry, Salford Quays.

In November 2011, FutureEverything produced SCM: Project In A Day with support from the University of Salford.

The project invited music students from the University of Salford's Brass Band to take part in a day-long workshop, culminating in an ad hoc 'flash mob' style performance in Peel Park, on the University of Salford Peel Campus.

FutureEverything intend to present a two-week SCM residency in Manchester and Salford around our festival in May 2012, allowing many more people from the community to get involved in making the project.

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