"conducive to optimism about the future of classical music" (The Times)
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.
Music, sound art and public sculpture meld together with Dominic Murcott’s The Harmonic Canon, his British Composer Award winning composition featuring one half-tonne double bell, an array of unusual metal percussion and two virtuosic percussionists.
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.