New Wave Lunchtime Concert: Giant Leaps from TS Eliot to Interplanetary Travel

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A kaleidoscopic cross-artform performance, where classical and contemporary classical works are re-invented through performance art, animation, and audio-visual projections.

Pianists Leona Crasi and Kira Frolu collaborate with visual artists Simone Schiefer and Andrea Christodoulides in a playful reimagining of Kurtag’s Jatekok with live projection and performance art.

Seunghye Park performs a cinematic audiovisual composition by Max Burstyn (pictured), inspired by interplanetary travel and paying homage to the Apollo 11 mission.

Kevin Suherman collaborates with visual artists Nino Miguel Meriano and Jonathan Luboya in a transformative performance. A collaboration of music and moving image that displays a narrative informed by Bach-Busoni Chaconne in D minor. The pianist and artists draw inspiration from the atmosphere and architecture of a majestic Cathedral to crate an intense yet beautiful production ‘Maria’.

Bloomsbury Festival’s New Wave programme is kindly supported by Grangewood Investments

FREE – but pre-booking is recommended

 

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New Wave Lunchtime Concert: Giant Leaps from TS Eliot to Interplanetary Travel