Friday 4 May, 7 – 9.30pm An evening of experimental music – doors open at 7pm, when you can will have the chance to play with Massive Noisy Pom Pom, enter the Space Box, and explore Jon Higgins’ latest piece of electronic music, Seven Miniatures in Stereo. This will be followed by a concert at 8pm, featuring music, dance and installations by Lars Fischer, Sandeep Gurrapadi, Andy Ingamells, Will Handysides, Jan Margolius, Peter Nagle, Per Nørgard, and Charlotte Whittle.
Saturday 5 May, 12.30 – 9.30pm Nine hours of performances – a chance to hear the music of Wagner in a new light, to experience the creation of visual art through dance, and to participate in the UK premiere of Leo Doulton’s semi-improvised drama A War Game. Later in the evening there will be music from Deptford-based Saxophone-quartet Szygy, as well as a drag performance by Haus of Anxiety. Throughout the day we are delighted to have partnered with talented students from Laban, who have created a series of dances exploring our theme of Perception. All performances are family-friendly until 8.20pm.
Sunday 6 May, 3 – 4.30pm The final concert of the weekend – a celebration of the curiosity that inspires fluidity between art, music and performance. Come and experience the weird and wonderful – sock puppets, sculpture, a speaking pianist, dance inspired by art, and a new work by Alex Tay that explores the fluidity of language and understanding. Works and performances by Marcus Dawe, Cameron Dodds, Lily German, Freya Harris, Hugo Piper, Rotem Sherman, Kate Soper and Emma Stanworth.
For a full schedule of performances and further details, please visit https://www.2021concerts.co.uk/perception-4-6-may