Music for Spaces is a performance project which creates unique listening situations which explore and renegotiate relationships between audience, performers, compositions, buildings, public spaces and the natural environment. It pursues site-specific, audience-oriented and environmentally-sensitive concert design while deconstructing concert rituals to form new types of encounters with music and sound. Installments have been presented around the continent, and findings of the project have been shared at festivals and conferences including Project Anywhere: Art & Research at the Outermost Limits of Location-Specificity (Parsons, NYC), Timeforms: Aesthetics of Temporal Experience (McGill University, Montreal), Sound In the Land: Music & Environment (Conrad Grebel College, Waterloo), and the International Institute for Advanced Studies in Baden-Baden, Germany. The most recent event was staged in the Canadian Museum of Human Rights, presented by the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra New Music Festival in January 2018.