"conducive to optimism about the future of classical music" (The Times)
An intimate premiere of new collaborative compositions from NYX and composer, violinist and performance artist Alicia Jane Turner with Dead Light (Anna Rose Carter and Ed Hamilton).
Witness two daring contemporary instrumentalists in this double-bill, featuring violinist-composer Aisha Orazbayeva, and experimental flautist Kathryn Williams.
We recently chatted with composer Blasio Kavuma – one of four composers to be part of our Associate Composers Scheme. An active collaborator and curator, Blasio has worked across a number of different art forms, including film, visual art and performance art, and strives to create music that is both forward-thinking and accessible to a wider audience. We spoke to Blasio about his practice and what he hopes to achieve through our Associate Composers Scheme over the course of the year.
Ahead of their performance at our next nonclassical night, experimental flautist Kathryn Williams and performance artist Andy Ingamells talk about their practice, how they met and the new collaborative work they’ll be performing on 20 March.
Langham Research Centre’s radiophonic experiments are twisted into new shapes on Tape Reworks Vol. 1, a split EP featuring remixes by renowned experimental musician Jim O’Rourke and Berlin-based industrial band group A.
Mesmerising, immersive and heavily textured – Tom Richards’ new LP PINK NOTHING is now available to download and stream, and also buy on 12” vinyl.
The latest in our annual Outside the Lines series is out now. The all-female EP features some of the most exciting performers and composers to emerge from the new classical music scene in London.