Tuesday, 25 September 2018

#ConcertLab

Southbank Sinfonia - #ConcertLab
Southbank Sinfonia's #ConcertLab series is designed to explore and experiment with the concert genre, to ask questions of classical music's presentation, experimenting with lighting, layout and our very senses to bring fresh resonance to orchestral performance. 

For the next #ConcertLab Southbank Sinfonia's RushHour Concert on 27 September 2018 is rather later than usual, at 9pm. This is because they are waiting for darkness, because the event is all about combining music and projections to tell stories.

For Rush Hour #13: Atmospheres, at 9.00pm on Thursday 27 September at St John's Waterloo, the Southbank Sinfonia, associate leader Eugene Lee, is presenting a programme which comprises Ravel's Mother Goose, Copland's Quiet City and Dani Howard's Silver Falls, all accompanied by projections to create a vivid staging which brings out the story-telling elements in the music.

Tickets are free, so go along and find out what can be achieved. Full details from the Southbank Sinfonia website.

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