With our event with Joby Burgess and Reylon on 18 September fast approaching, we sat down with yangqin player Reylon to discuss his programme – a 20-minute collage that fuses improvisation, electronics and alternative folk.
Composer, DJ and electronic musician Dan Samsa – alias Warsnare – is the first this year’s Associate Composers to curate a nonclassical night. Presented in the round of the Albany in Deptford, Dan presents an evening that combines 360-degree audio with the powerful sound system of UK bass culture.
We recently chatted to Dan about his upcoming night, which features works from himself, Berlin-based artist Kamikaze Space Programme and Luke David Harris & Henrik Oppermann.
Zubin Kanga is far from the standard pianist you see in classical music recitals. His performances often integrate elements of multimedia – including electronics, film, live video and interactive technologies – and often explores this relationship between the live musician and technology. Ahead of his Victoria performance with us on 22 May, we sat down with Zubin to chat more about what to expect from tomorrow’s programme, including premieres from Neil Luck and Laurence Osborn and a new performance of Alexander Schubert’s WIKI-PIANO.NET.