Composer Alex Paxton’s kaleidoscopic new piece is a busy and sensually colourful tapestry that depicts many different aspects of our society. Queen Elizabeth Hall Foyer: Artists’ Bar. Join us after the London Sinfonietta’s performance to hear behind-the-scenes insights from a selection of artists. Admission free.
The work is inspired by Bruegel and Ody Saban paintings and Grayson Perry’s Walthamstow Tapestry. Written to include the sound from a series of improvisatory workshops with local schoolchildren, the piece is a riot of colour in sound. Alongside this, the premiere of an important new commission from American composer, performer and scholar of experimental music George Lewis. Alex Paxton’s work was created as part of the London Sinfonietta’s Writing the Future composer development scheme.
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