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Southbank Sinfonia: Anna Meredith & Nicole Lizée

Part of Classical Season 2019/20

Meet Meredith's 'kinetic, exciting’ sounds (Pitchfork) and the experiments of 'brilliant musical scientist’ Lizée (CBC Music).

Three of contemporary music’s most pioneering minds come together for a performance combining orchestra, visuals and electronics.

André de Ridder, an artist whose career has bridged collaborations as diverse as the New York Philharmonic and Gorillaz, conducts a new commission from Canadian composer Lizée.

Taking eclectic influences from early MTV videos, outmoded technology and Alfred Hitchcock, to name a few, her music has caused waves worldwide, blurring – sometimes obliterating – the lines between art forms.

Likewise Anna Meredith, whose Four Tributes to 4am explores the crossover point between yesterday and tomorrow.

From stillness emerge jolts of nocturnal electricity, accompanied by visuals from Eleanor Meredith.

A hugely talented young ensemble whose performances are always theatrical
The Independent


Southbank Sinfonia
André de Ridder conductor


Programme includes: -
Anna Meredith: 4 Tributes to 4am for chamber orchestra & electronics
Nicole Lizée: New work (World premiere)

Dates & times

29 Sep 2019
Approximate run time: 120 mins
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Queen Elizabeth Hall


£12 - £22
Booking fee: £3.00 (Members £0.00)
£12, £22


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