Steve Reich: Radio Rewrite - London
Tuesday, March 5, 2013 - 19:30

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Royal Festival Hall

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London
The London Sinfonietta gives the world premiere of Radio Rewrite, a new work from master of minimalism Steve Reich.

Ticket Office Tel No:

0844 847 9940

Steve Reich Clapping Music


Steve Reich Electric Counterpoint
Steve Reich 2x5
Steve Reich Radio Rewrite (world premiere)
Steve Reich Double Sextet
Brad Lubman conductor
Steve Reich performer
Mats Bergström guest electric guitar
Sound Intermedia sound projection

The London Sinfonietta gave the world premiere of Radio Rewrite, a new work from master of minimalism Steve Reich inspired by the music of Radiohead. Reich also performed Clapping Music.

Radio Rewrite is a co-commission by the London Sinfonietta and New York’s Alarm Will Sound.


Reviews

Our Radio Rewrite tour took us from London to Birmingham, Brighton and Glasgow, performing live to over 9,500 people in 5 days. We have collated all the reviews and a selection of audience tweets from this busy week on our blog.


Media

The photos from our Radio Rewrite journey are now available to browse through on our Flickr page.

We have photos from our Clapping Music Workshop which took place in February, as well as our Repeating Patterns Schools Concert at Southbank Centre's Royal Festival Hall and exclusive photos from the rehearsal and world premiere performance of Radio Rewrite.

As part of the Repeating Patterns Schools Concert, the KX Collective - a young group of musicians from the King's Cross area with a passion for exploring and creating new music - performed their piece ReReich. Listen to the work here.


making new music happen

Be a part of making new music happen and help support this new work. We are still accepting donations towards Radio Rewrite until the end of September 2013.
Click here to find out more.

Steve Reich: Radio Rewrite - London

Online Booking Fee of

£1.75

Ticket Office Tel No:

0844 847 9940

Tel Booking Fee of

£2.75
Ticket Information

£28, £22, £16, £12, £9. Premium seats available at £35

Tuesday 5 March 2013, 7:30pm

Full time students

£4.50
Venue Information
Royal Festival Hall
Belvedere Road
London
SE1 8XX
United Kingdom