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Thu 14th Mar at 8:00pm
Nonclassical: Pioneers Of Electronic Music
@ XOYO, London
Featuring: Stockhausen, Varese, Raymond Scott
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Nonclassical: Pioneers Of Electronic Music: Stockhausen + Varese + Raymond Scott
Cult ‘classical club night’ Nonclassical returns to XOYO following two hugely popular nights in 2012.
This time the night will form part of Nonclassical's Pioneers of Electronic Music series, with a programme celebrating the unheard connections that bridge the pioneers of the 1950s to today’s most forward thinking producers.
Raymond Scott’s legendary Manhattan Research Project, scored and arranged by Leon Michener for an ensemble of rare vintage synthesisers.
Messiaen | Oraison (1937). Performed by Ondes Martenot and 5 mono synths
Stockhausen | Kontakte (1958, version for percussion, piano & electronics).
Varese | Poeme Electronique (1958) (with original film by Le Corbusier).
Dirty Electronics: A 30-piece all electronic ensemble led by John Richards, performing works inspired by Andrew Bentley, Hugh Davis and Richard Orton.
Plus new arrangements and versions of music by Delia Derbyshire, Daphne Oram, and Tristram Carey.
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