Pigeon Whistles is the title given to an expansive body of work which encompasses ethnomusicological research, musical performance, instrument design and construction, sound curation, storytelling and a series of encounters and personal relationships.
Pigeon Whistles was developed under the Embedded Residency Programme throughout 2013.
It was premiered within Oxford Contemporary Music's Audible Forces exhibition, on Hove Beach as part of the Brighton International Festival in May 2013. It was subsequently presented at a further six arts festivals across the UK.
Pigeon Whistles was commissioned by Sound and Music, Oxford Contemporary Music, Without Walls, SARU and The Brighton Festival 2014.