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CONNECT

The Audience as Artist

Southbank Centre's Queen Elizabeth Hall, London

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The third in a series of new music works that involve the public in their very making, this afternoon concert features a new work, Orango, for ensemble and audience, by Italian/Swiss composer Oscar Bianchi.

For further information on the open call for audience members to take part in Oscar Bianchi’s Orango please click here or contact Christine Andrews on christine.andrews@londonsinfonietta.org.uk or by phoning 020 7239 9340

Oscar Bianchi ORANGO (UK premiere)
Tansy Davies Undertow
Michael Nyman In C Interlude
Trish Clowes & students from Enfield, Haringey and Waltham Forest A walk in the park - or so they say (World premiere)*

Jonathan Stockhammer conductor
Patrick Bailey conductor*
Zoe Martlew presenter
London Sinfonietta
with young musicians from Enfield, Haringey and Waltham Forest

 

Clapping Music Workshop (Pre-concert event)

Bookings for the Clapping Music Workshop have now closed.

At 2.30pm join us for a fun, participatory pre-concert workshop to learn how to perform Steve Reich’s Clapping Music. No prior musical knowledge or expertise is required (suitable for all ages 7 years +). The workshop is free, but booking is required.

 

CONNECT is a European-wide project to create and perform new compositions which involve the public in their realisation. Oscar Bianchi’s work will also be performed around Europe by the project's other ensembles: Asko|Schönberg in Amsterdam, Ensemble Modern in Frankfurt and Remix Ensemble Casa da Música in Porto.

Supported by ART MENTOR FOUNDATION LUCERNE in collaboration with London Sinfonietta, Ensemble Modern, Asko|Schönberg and Remix Ensemble Casa da Música
 

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  • Free but ticketed

    Venue: (view map)

    Queen Elizabeth Hall
    Southbank Centre
    Belvedere Rd
    Lambeth
    London SE1 8XX

    Box Office No:
    02038799555