BBC Radio 3 Open Ear


Contemporary Music at LSO St Luke's

Sat 27 Oct 2018 7.00pm - 9.00pm
LSO St Luke's, London

Amber Priestley new work
David Fennessy Small Brown Spots 
Mette Nielsen Slow Race 
Larry Goves happy/boomf/fat 
Larry Goves The Watermelon Sun
Liza Lim If the sea is destined
Liza Lim When I whet the knife from 'Atlas of the Sky' (UK premiere)
Natasha Anderson More (UK premiere)
Jennifer Walshe GLORI 

House of Bedlam 
Jessica Aszodi soprano
George Barton percussion
Siwan Rhys piano
Sara Mohr-Pietsch presenter

Tickets: £10 (£5 under-18s)

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Experimental music for voices and marshmallows? Right this way ...

Venture out on music's leading edge with Sara Mohr-Pietsch as Larry Goves' ensemble House of Bedlam presents music which is printed on marshmallows and eaten while it's sung. There are also performances from experimental London/Oslo duo BirdWorld (Gregor Riddell on cello and electronics, and Adam Teixeira on drums and percussion). Combining acoustic instruments, electronically manipulated field recordings, various kalimbas and traditional percussion, they set out to create soundscapes both natural and otherworldly before piano-percussion duo George Barton and Siwan Rhys present the culminating movement of Oliver Leith’s epic good day good day bad day bad day alongside music by Betsy Jolas.


Recorded for future broadcast by BBC Radio 3

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