Score for a Hole in the Ground Wins the first New Music AwardJem Finerís project proposes a 20ft brass horn with bowls and pivots, which are the instruments, and water is the performer.
Jem is winner of the UKs Performing Rights Society's Foundationís very first New Music Award was won for his "Score for a Hole in the Ground", an innovative large sound installation project that takes inspiration from the water chimes in Kyoto, Japan.
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