Thursday, 13 December 2012

Cafe OTO, January 14th

I'm really excited to have had the chance to get a lot of the performers I've been working with over the past few years together to put on a concert largely of my music, and to be able to hold it at the wonderful Cafe OTO, a venue which offers a wonderful alternatively to the 'sitting in orderly rows looking at the stage' model of concert-going and -giving.


The programme includes Ostranenie (above, and hear-able alongside), the vocal piece that forms the end of Everything in Life Can Be Montaged, and a series of smaller chamber pieces - 3 duos and a quartet. There will also be some other music old and new, including some 'en-stranged' (my favourite translation of Shklovsky's inspirational neologism Ostranenie) Mozart.

It starts at 8pm, tickets on the door and more details on OTO's website here.

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