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4 Sep

United Kingdom
 Wednesday, September 04, 2013 at 8pm 
Workers Union Ensemble
United Kingdom

Workers Union Ensemble

We’re delighted that our first monthly event after the summer will be in a NEW VENUE for us, The Shacklewell Arms. Headliner Workers Union Ensemble are an exciting new music ensemble dedicated to performing new works. For example, they’ve currently joined forces with LSO Soundhub for a special PRS scheme ‘Constructing a Repertoire’, which helps emerging composers gain exposure and have new work performed.

Joe Cutler : tbc
Larry Polansky : tbc
Matthew Shlomowitz : tbc
Laurence Crane : tbc
Ryan Latimer : tbc

5 Sep 
6 Sep 
7 Sep

 Saturday, September 07, 2013 at 1.30pm 
Tyalgum Festival of Classical Music
Tyalgum Festival
Tyalgum, NSW

Lunaire Collective

Paul Kopetz : Mythical Creatures

7 Sep

United Kingdom
 Saturday, September 07, 2013 at 7.30pm 
St John's, Smith Square
London, SW1P 3HA
United Kingdom
+44 (0)20 7222 1061

Tickets: £10
The Northamptonshire County Youth Choir, conductor Graham Tear,

Rivers is a multi-faith choral piece, that weaves a beautiful tapestry of sound from the sacred scripture of 8 world faiths, seeking to explore the unifying spiritual truths running through them all.

Concert in memory of: the centenary visit to St John Smith Square of Abdu'l-Baha, who came to the UK after 40 years of imprisonment in Palestine for his beliefs on the oneness of human-kind and the spiritual unity of all religion.

Richard Leigh : Rivers

7 Sep

United Kingdom
 Saturday, September 07, 2013 at 8pm 
Autumn Chamber Music at Benslow
Benslow Music, Peter Morrison Hall
Hitchin, Hertfordshire SG4 9RB
United Kingdom
01462 459446

Tickets: £12 (free entry for full time students and young people)
David Campbell - clarinet
and friends

7 Sep

United States
 Saturday, September 07, 2013 at 4:00pm 
Lynden Sculpture Garden
2145 West Brown Deer Road, Milwaukee 53217
United States

Tickets: $15 thru July 31; $20 thru Sept. 7; 12 and under free; students 12+ 50% off
Present Music
Third Coast Percussion

Present Music kicks off its 2013-2014 season with bangs, clatters, whistles and more as ninety nine percussionists descend on Milwaukee to perform John Luther Adams' 'Inuksuit' in an amazing garden landscape of sculptures. The audience meanders among an aural adventure of tomtoms, whirly tubes, sirens, megaphones, conch shells, cymbals, temple gongs, wind machines, and bells.

John Luther Adams : Inuksuit

8 Sep

United Kingdom
 Sunday, September 08, 2013 at 12 pm and 4 pm 
Toshi Ichiyanagi and Shiori Usui
Ikon, Birmingham
1 Oozells Square, B1 2HS
United Kingdom
0121 248 0708

Tickets: Free

Birmingham Contemporary Music Group performs music by Japanese composers Toshi Ichiyanagi and Shiori Usui across Ikon’s galleries as part of the 4 Squares Weekender. BCMG’s players will be scattered amongst Ikon’s current exhibition Something that Floats / Something that Sinks by Japanese artist Shimabuku.

The playful, experimental nature of both Ichiyanagi and Usui’s music – including Usui’s Crack Up, a piece composed from the sound of a friend’s laughter – goes hand-in-hand with Shimabuku’s work, which encourages visitors to enjoy experiences as if they are happening to them for the first time.

4 Squares Weekender is a weekend of outdoor arts from Friday 6 – Sunday 8 September 2013 marking the opening of the Library of Birmingham and featuring stunning artists from across the UK and beyond. Organised by the city’s major arts organisations, of BCMG is one, the city’s central square – Oozells in Brindleyplace, Centenary, Chamberlain and Victoria – will be transformed with live music, dance, art, film, circus, theatre … and a dose of the unexpected. And it’s all free of charge.

Toshi Ichiyanagi : Various
Shiori Usui : Various

9 Sep 
10 Sep 
11 Sep

United Kingdom
 Wednesday, September 11, 2013 at 1.00 pm - 2.00 pm 
Fien Barnett Neefs and Jeffery Wilson
Cramphorn Theatre, Chelmsford
Fairfield Road, Chelmsford, Essex
United Kingdom

Tickets: free
Fien Barnett Neefs on Harp and Jeffery Wilson on Saxophones and Piano

Some improvised music and originals

Jeffery Wilson : Forever - For Sax and Harp

11 Sep

United Kingdom
 Wednesday, September 11, 2013 at 1.00pm 
Lunch Hour Concerts
Doncaster Museum Art Gallery
United Kingdom
01302 734293

Tickets: £4 (+conc)
John Turner, Recorder
Harvey Davies, Piano

John Parry : The Nightingale Rondo
Antony Hopkins : Pastiche Suite
Peter Hope : Geordie Tunes
Thomas Pitfield : Prelude, Minuet & Reel
Roy Heaton Smith : Sonatina alla Fantasia op.23
Barry Ferguson : The Untamed has a Language but no Words
Christopher Wright : In Celebration
David Dubery : Mrs. Harris in Paris (Valse Temptation)

12 Sep 
13 Sep

United Kingdom
 Friday, September 13, 2013 at 7.30 
American Lulu: eight nights at the Young Vic
Young Vic
66 The Cut, London, SE1 8LZ, UK
United Kingdom
020 7922 2922

Tickets: £10, £19.50, £25, £32.50
Angel Blue
Jacqui Dankworth
Donald Maxwell
Robert Winslade Anderson
Jonathan Stoughton
Paul Curievici
Simon Wilding
Paul Reeves

John Fulljames director
Gerry Cornelius conductor
Magda Willi design
Finn Ross video
Guy Hoare light
Carolyn Downing sound design
Emma Woodvine dialect coach

Unfinished at his death in 1935, Alban Berg’s opera Lulu is a tantalising prospect for anyone grappling with its completion. Setting her own libretto Olga Neuwirth re-works the first two acts and composes an entirely original third, transporting Berg’s femme fatale to the smoky jazz clubs of 1950s America where Lulu, a young and aspiring dancer, finds herself at the mercy of some dark, predatory characters. As Lulu looks back at her life, scarred by its tumultuous events, she must come to terms with a sordid history of sex, murder and suicide.

A co-production between The Opera Group, Young Vic, Scottish Opera and Bregenzer Festspiele, in association with the London Sinfonietta.

Music of Act I and II adapted and reorchestrated by Olga Neuwirth
Text of Act I and II adapted by Olga Neuwirth and Helga Utz using translations into English by Richard Stokes and Catherine Kerkhoff-Saxon
Music and text for Act III by Olga Neuwirth and translated into English by Catherine Kerkhoff-Saxon

Alban Berg : Lulu

13 Sep

United Kingdom
 Friday, September 13, 2013 at 8pm 
Autumn Chamber Music Series at Benslow
Benslow Music, Peter Morrison Hall
Hitchin, Hertfordshire SG4 9RB
United Kingdom
01462 459446

Tickets: £12 (free entry for full time students and young people)
The Fitzwilliam String Quartet

Box Office: 01462 459446

13 Sep

United Kingdom
 Friday, September 13, 2013 at 7.30pm 
Collaborations: performers and composers together now
Lauderdale House
Waterlow Park, Highgate Hill, London N6 5HG
United Kingdom

Tickets: £11, £9
Niall O'Riordan, flute
Yeu-Meng Chan, piano

Felicity Hayward, soprano
Catherine Herriott, piano

British and French music from 1913-2013, including new work by Alex Butters, Miriam Mackie and Jacob Shirley

Miriam Mackie : Sonata for flute and prepared piano
Alex Butters : Triskaidekaphobia
Jacob Shirley : A soft-edged reed of light

13 Sep

United Kingdom
 Friday, September 13, 2013 at 7.30pm 
Collaborations: performers and composers together now
Lauderdale House
Waterlow Park, Highgate Hill, London N6 5HG
United Kingdom

Tickets: £11, £9
Felicity Hayward, soprano
Catherine Herriott, piano
Niall O'Riordan, flute
Yeu-Meng Chan, piano

British and French music 1913-2013

13 Sep

United Kingdom
 Friday, September 13, 2013 at 8.00 pm 
Saxology in Recital
All Saints Church
Little Totham, Essex CM9 8LU
United Kingdom
01621 852844

Tickets: £7.50 Concs £6.50
The talented members of the Saxology quartet display the virtuosity of their instruments in a programme of contemporary British music and fresh arrangements of American jazz standards.

Jeffery Wilson : Circus Acts and Folk Song Suite

14 Sep 
15 Sep

United Kingdom
 Sunday, September 15, 2013 at 9.30pm 
Postal Pieces
Kings Place
90 York Way, London, N1 9AG
United Kingdom
020 7520 1440

Tickets: £4.50
Paul Silverthorne solo viola
Tim Gill solo cello
John Constable solo piano
London Sinfonietta

What transforms silence into music? And can one exist without the other? Our traditional methods of listening are grounded in something we rarely even acknowledge, but silence, space and cognition are at the heart of both Morton Feldman and James Tenney’s music. While Feldman’s spacious works have echoes of Rothko’s contemplative, abstract canvasses, Tenney’s music asks the audience to ‘really listen to the sounds, get inside them, notice the details’. Often sparsely notated, with cryptic instructions, they will transform the way you perceive your experience as a listener.

James Tenney : Having Never Written a Note for Percussion
Morton Feldman : The Viola in my Life 3
James Tenney : Cellogram
Morton Feldman : Last Pieces, No. 1
James Tenney : Swell Piece for Alison Knowles
Morton Feldman : Four Instruments

16 Sep 
17 Sep 
18 Sep

United Kingdom
 Wednesday, September 18, 2013 at 7.30pm 
Inon Barnaton Piano
Wigmore Hall, London
36 Wigmore St, London W1
United Kingdom

Tickets: £15 £20 £25 £30
Inon Barnatan

Le Figaro has written of his ‘impeccable musicality and phrasing’, while Gramophone described him as a ‘born Schubertian’.
Inon Barnatan’s artistic journey continues this season with a typically thought-provoking and engaging programme, complete with the first performance of a specially commissioned work by Matthias Pintscher and Ronald Stevenson’s thrilling Peter Grimes Fantasy.

Claude Debussy : Suite bergamasque
Ronald Stevenson : Peter Grimes Fantasy on themes from Britten
Maurice Ravel : La Valse
Matthias Pintscher : New commission
Franz Schubert : Piano Sonata in A D959

18 Sep

United Kingdom
 Wednesday, September 18, 2013 at 8pm 
Kronos Quartet / Kimmo Pohjonen / Samuli Kosminen – Uniko
Barbican Hall, London
Barbican, Silk Street, London EC2
United Kingdom
020 7638 8891

Tickets: £20-35
Kronos Quartet / Kimmo Pohjonen / Samuli Kosminen – Uniko

Maverick accordionist Kimmo Pohjonen and sampling guru Samuli Kosminen join forces with Kronos Quartet in a stimulating and emotionally charged show around the concept of dreams.

With its lighting effects, surround sound and projections, Uniko opens up a multidimensional field of experience - reaching new emotional levels through the processing of expressive accordion and accordion samples with the electrified sound of the string quartet, together with electronic live loops and images.

Commisioned by Kronos Quartet, Kimmo Pohjonen and Samuli Kosminen composed Uniko over an eighteen month period before the Uniko World premiere in Helsinki in 2004.

Kimmo Pohjonen : Uniko
Samuli Kosminen : Uniko

19 Sep

United Kingdom
 Thursday, September 19, 2013 at 4pm 
Bedroom Eyes
CENTQUATRE 5 rue Curial Paris (19e arr.) - m° Riquet
United Kingdom
01 53 35 50 00

Tickets: 12€ (full price 15€) for IRCAM members
Text Frédéric Vossier
Director Cyril Teste
Music Nihil Bordures
IRCAM Computer Music Design Thomas Goepfer
With Thierry Raynaud

Cyril Teste, artist in residence at the CENTQUATRE, has embarked on a journey with the intent of renewing theater codes so the use of real-time technology becomes an essential component.
During the first In vivo Théâtre (ManiFeste-2012), he and his collective MxM entitled this work Bedroom eyes. A virtual reality system evocative of the video game world guides the protagonist on stage through his suppressed visual and acoustic memories.

September 19, 21, 22, 2013, CENTQUATRE

Nihil Bordures : Bedroom Eyes

19 Sep

United Kingdom
 Thursday, September 19, 2013 at 12.45pm - 2.00pm 
Music at Lunchtime
St Mary's Church, Aylesbury
St Mary's Square, Aylesbury, Bucks
United Kingdom

Tickets: £3.00, 18u free
Felicity Vincent, Cello
Richard Black, piano

Eric Fogg : Poem
David Dubery : Sonata for Cello and Piano
Frank Bridge : Cello Sonata

19 Sep

United Kingdom
 Thursday, September 19, 2013 at 7.30pm 
CBSO Opening Concert: The Rite of Spring
Symphony Hall, Birmingham
Broad Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B1 2EA
United Kingdom
0121 200 2000

Tickets: £20 - £45

Andris Nelsons conductor
Kristine Opolais soprano

When The Rite of Spring was premiered in Paris in 1913, it caused a riot and 100 years on Stravinsky’s revolutionary ballet makes for an electrifying opening to the CBSO’s season.

Andris Nelsons conducts it for the first time, and joins his wife Kristine Opolais in music close to both their hearts – Wagner’s star-crossed Wesendonck Lieder, and the piece that first made him fall in love with music: the overture to Tannhäuser.

Richard Wagner : Tannhäuser
Richard Wagner : Wesendonck Lieder
Igor Stravinsky : The Rite of Spring

20 Sep 
21 Sep 
22 Sep

United Kingdom
 Sunday, September 22, 2013 at 10.30am 
Total Immersion: The Rite of Spring 1913
Barbican Hall, London
Barbican, Silk Street, London EC2
United Kingdom
020 7638 8891

Tickets: £32 £26 £21 £15 £10

To mark the 100th anniversary of the riotous premiere of The Rite of Spring, a whole day of events, culminating in an evening concert that recreates the explosive musical cocktail of that concert. Immerse yourself in the Parisian artistic world of 1913 with two retrospective films, Riot at the Rite and Ballet Russes, an intimate portrait of the surviving dancers in Diaghilev’s ground-breaking company. In the evening, Russian conductor Alexander Vedernikov leads the BBC Symphony Orchestra in a programme that places Stravinsky’s ballet in the context of the dance music tradition, including Borodin’s colourful Polovtsian Dances, Weber’s Invitation to the Dance and Stravinsky’s own orchestration of Chopin’s Grande valse brilliante.

Film, 10.30am, Barbican Cinema 2 or 3
Ballets Russes
Ballets Russes is an intimate and moving portrait of a company in transition and a group of pioneering artists who gave birth to modern ballet, featuring a treasure trove of archival footage and fascinating interviews with the dancers.
US 2005 Dir. Daniel Geller, Danya Goldfine 118mins

Tickets £6

Film, 2.00pm, Barbican Cinemas
Riot at the Rite
A BBC film bringing to life the events leading up to the infamous and riotous first 1913 performance of The Rite of Spring, with a cast including Alex Jennings, Adam Garcia, Rachael Stirling and Griff Rhys Jones.
UK 2005 Dir. Andy Wilson 90mins

Tickets £6

Talk, 5.00pm, Frobisher Rooms
Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring
Admission free. Limited capacity but admission guaranteed with a Day Pass.

6.00pm Fountain Room
BBC SO Plus Family
An introduction to tonight's concert for families. A free family-friendly workshop followed by the concert in the Barbican Hall for just £5 a ticket (plus booking fee).

BBC SO Plus Family is specifically designed for family groups with children between the ages of 8 and 16 and at least one of your group must be aged 16 or under. These concerts are not recommended for children under the age of 8. Call the Barbican Box Office and quote ‘BBC SO Plus Family' to buy your tickets, or book online and quote 040679 for a reduced booking fee. Please note that spaces are limited.

Concert 7.30pm Barbican Hall

Weber, orch. Berlioz Invitation to the Dance
Chopin Andante spianato et Grande polonaise brillante
Borodin Polovtsian Dances
Chopin, arr. Stravinsky Grande valse brillante
Stravinsky The Rite of Spring

BBC Symphony Orchestra
Alexander Vedernikov conductor
Alexei Volodin piano

Tickets £32 £26 £21 £15 £10

Total Immersion: Rite of Spring 1913 Day Pass
Save money and guarantee entry to all events on Saturday 22 September with a Total Immersion Day Pass. Day Passes are available by telephone on 020 7638 8891 or in person only.
Day Pass £35 £30 £26 £22 £18

Igor Stravinsky : The Rite of Spring

23 Sep 
24 Sep 
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27 Sep

 Friday, September 27, 2013 at 7pm 
Harvey Dream
Cité de la musique, Paris
221, avenue Jean Jaurès 75019 Paris, France
+33 (0)1 44 84 44 84

Claire Booth soprano
Gordon Gietz tenor
Eric-Maria Couturier cello
Ensemble intercontemporain
Conductor Matthias Pintscher
IRCAM Computer Music Design Carl Faia, Gilbert Nouno

The two interludes and the scene from Wagner Dream are performed here as a tribute to Jonathan Harvey who passed away on December 4, 2012.

Wagner Dream, an opera composed by Jonathan Harvey in 2007, takes place when Wagner has a heart attack in the Vendramin Palace in Venice. The final moments of Wagner's life project us in the vision of an opera inspired by a Buddhist legend, an opera that the German composer imagined, but never wrote. The two interludes and the scene from Wagner Dream are performed here as a tribute to Jonathan Harvey who passed away on December 4, 2012. The reply to the dream of a Wagnerian dream is Pintscher's Bereshit, the first word of Genesis, the "beginning" of a new artistic era for the Ensemble intercontemporain.

Anton Webern : Fuga (Ricercata) a 6 voci, excerpt from L'Offrande musicale
Jonathan Harvey : Two Interludes and A Scene for an Opera
Bernd Zimmermann : Sonata for cello
Matthias Pintscher : Bereshit

27 Sep

United Kingdom
 Friday, September 27, 2013 at 8pm 
Unsound: Lutmord + Pianohooligan
Jerwood Hall
United Kingdom

Tickets: £20
Lutmord + Pianohooligan

Welsh-born, California-based Brian Williams (aka Lustmord) brings his solo A/V show to London. First emerged as an associate of industrial outfit SPK in the early ‘80s, Williams subsequently embarked on a solo career which has seen him at the forefront of dark and daring ambient for over 30 years.

His new album, The Word As Power (Blackest Ever Black) presents us with a desolate landscape populated by electronics, immense sub-bass and acoustic phenomena harnessed and arranged to stimulate feelings of dread, but also escape, renewal and rebirth.

Polish jazz pianist and composer Piotr Orzechowski (aka Pianohooligan) completes the double-bill. One of the most awarded musicians of his generation, the 23-year-old has been the recipient of the first prize at the prestigious Montreux Jazz Solo Piano Competition and has collaborated with an eclectic list of artists including Krzysztof Penderecki and Adrian Utley from Portishead.

Brian Williams : Various
Piotr Orzechowski : Various

28 Sep

United Kingdom
 Saturday, September 28, 2013 at 7.30pm 
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
St Asaph Cathedral
St Asaph Cathedral, High Street St Asaph, Denbighshire LL17 0RD
United Kingdom
0800 411 8881

Tickets: £21.50-28.00

Conductor Owain Arwel Hughes
Violin Matthew Trusler

Benjamin Britten : Four Sea Interludes
William Mathias : Violin Concerto
Edward Elgar : Variations on an original theme: Enigma

29 Sep

 Sunday, September 29, 2013 at 8.15pm 
Jubilee Concert with Asko|Schönberg, Lunapark and Ensemble Klang
Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
Het Concertgebouw, Concertgebouwplein 2-7, 1071 LN Amsterdam

Tickets: € 10.00 - € 45.00
Ensemble Klang
Antje Lohse (mezzosopraan)

Peter Schat : Canto general, op. 24
Peter Adriaansz : Phrase
Jan Van Vlijmen : Serie per 6 strumenti
Frederic Rzewski : Coming together
Philip Glass : Music in Similar Motion
Louis Andriessen : Workers Union

30 Sep 
1 Oct 
2 Oct

United Kingdom
 Wednesday, October 02, 2013 at 7.45 
The Wasp Factory
Covent Garden - Royal Opera House
Covent Garden, London
United Kingdom

Tickets: £20-40
Royal Opera

Director Ben Frost
Libretto David Pountney
Set designs Mirella Weingarten
Costume designs Boris Bidjan Saberi
Lighting design Lucy Carter

The Wasp Factory recounts the disturbing acts of a troubled teenager on a remote Scottish island. The Sacrifice Poles, Boiling Pool, Ice Chamber and Volt Room are names Frank has given to places in his world – an isolated environment, where he is left to his own devices by his reclusive father. Frank invents his own warrior cult and, using a homemade device called the Wasp Factory, develops a brutal way of predicting the future.

Director and composer Frost creates three-dimensional sonic structures that envelop an audience in extremes of volume and texture. Mirella Weingarten’s set designs evoke a bleak, natural landscape. With lighting by Lucy Carter, The Wasp Factory promises to be as chilling as it is powerful.

Wednesday 2 October 2013, 7.45pm | Linbury Studio Theatre
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Thursday 3 October 2013, 7.45pm | Linbury Studio Theatre
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Friday 4 October 2013, 7.45pm | Linbury Studio Theatre
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Saturday 5 October 2013, 7.45pm | Linbury Studio Theatre
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Monday 7 October 2013, 7.45pm | Linbury Studio Theatre
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Tuesday 8 October 2013, 7.45pm | Linbury Studio Theatre
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Ben Frost : The Wasp Factory

3 Oct 
4 Oct

United Kingdom
 Friday, October 04, 2013 at 8pm 
Autumn Chamber Music Series at Benslow
Benslow Music, Peter Morrison Hall
Hitchin, Hertfordshire SG4 9RB
United Kingdom
01462 459446

Tickets: £12 (free entry for full time students and young people)
The Coull String Quartet

Box Office: 01462 459446

4 Oct

 Friday, October 04, 2013 at 7.30pm 
RSNO - Season Opener: Oundjian Conducts The Planets
Usher Hall

Tickets: £11.50-£36
Peter Oundjian (CONDUCTOR)
Jean-Yves Thibaudet (PIANO)
Ladies of the RSNO Chorus
Royal Scottish National Orchestra

Holst’s The Planets is quite simply one of the most thrilling orchestral showpieces of the twentieth century; a fantastic musical voyage to the very
edge of infinity and beyond. Peter Oundjian begins the Season in spectacular style, but first there’s a centenary tribute to Benjamin Britten, and piano legend Jean-Yves Thibaudet makes history with the UK premiere of a new concerto by world-renowned Scottish composer, James MacMillan. It’s the start of an incredible journey: be there!

Benjamin Britten : Simple Symphony
James MacMillan : Piano Concerto No. 3
Gustav Holst : The Planets

4 Oct

United Kingdom
 Friday, October 04, 2013 at 8pm 
In C with Pantha Du Prince & The Bell Laboratory, Matthew Herbert & stargaze and Joshua Light Show
Barbican Hall, London
Barbican, Silk Street, London EC2
United Kingdom
020 7638 8891

Tickets: £17.50 - 22.50

Acknowledged by many as the father of minimalism and hypnotic repetition, Terry Riley gets a fitting celebration with two of today’s most innovative electronic artists re-interpreting his most influential piece from 1964 – In C.

Matthew Herbert collaborates with the young European music collective stargaze to create his version of In C, sampling their live acoustic patterns, digitally processing them before blending the results back in with the instruments.

Pantha Du Prince revisits his highly successful collaboration with the percussion ensemble The Bell Laboratory to weave chimes, bells and his trademark electronic pulses into Riley's composition.

To make it even a more special event, the performance will be immersed in stunning psychedelic visuals created live by the legendary Joshua Light Show.

Making their UK debut with founder Joshua White, the masters of hallucinogenic lighting who were resident artists at Bill Graham’s Fillmore East during the late 1960s and performed at Woodstock, Newport Jazz Festival and other historic events of that era. They produced the live and colourful projections behind great bands including The Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, The Doors and The Who.

'It felt like a sudden explosion of dancing wasn't far off, but what happened instead was a standing ovation' Resident Advisor on Pantha du Prince & The Bell Laboratory at Queen Elizabeth Hall (February 2013)

Terry Riley : In C

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