Wednesday, 17 June 2015

Lovescapes: A Musical Exhibition

The Hermes Experiment - credit Thurstan Redding
The Hermes Experiment - credit Thurstan Redding
The contemporary music ensemble The Hermes Experiment is collaborating with photographer Thurstan Redding to present Lovescapes: A Music Exhibition. Taking place on 20 June 2015, at 8pm at the Crypt on the Green, Camberwell, the evening will combine contemporary music and photography as ensemble will perform five new works, by Ed Scolding, Freya Waley-Cohen, Josephine Stephenson, Kate Honey and William Cole, each of which was written in response to Thurstan Redding's specially commissioned photographs, which will be exhibited on the evening. This is very music Pictures at an Exhibition for a contemporary age. The evening will be framed by DJ sets by Tom Rose from Slip Imprint

The Hermes Experiment is made up of Anne Denholm, harp, Oliver Pashley, clarinet, Marianne Schofield, double bass, Heloise Werner, soprano/co-director, Hanna Grzeskiewicz, co-director and their programmes innovative programmes involve collaborating with composers to provide a dramatic presence for contemporary music.

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