ART AND MUSIC: vox 4

VOX: Exploring the human voice through technology, tradition and experimentation. Continuing from the first VOX series 2016 -17 we’ve programmed three more concerts for 2018, returning to Juju’s at the Old Truman brewery, London. Once again the focus is on the voice, text, words and song with new commissions for mixed media, a retrospective of the New York downtown scene and collaborations with some of our favourite artists.

Programme:
The Ballina Whalers - Our Father (Julius Eastman)
& Traditional Sea Shanties
Jamie Hamilton - New VOX commission
Cassandra Miller - Bel canto
Leo Chadburn - X Chairman Maos
Cornelius Cardew - Paragraph 7

Soprano Heloise Werner, co-director of the Hermes Experiment, joins the ensemble as soloist in the opening VOX concert, for a new multimedia work by Jamie Hamilton exploring voice synthesis and technological infinity, and Cassandra Miller’s Bel Canto - creating an intimate portrait of Maria Callas through transcribed audio recordings. The concert culminates in a performance of Cornelius Cardew’s Paragraph 7 from the The Great Learning, featuring singers from community choirs including CoMa Voices and AppleChorus alongside Phaedra Ensemble, guest performers and friends.

Performed by Phaedra Ensemble:
Héloïse Werner - Soprano
Phillip Granell - Violin/ electric bass
Richard Jones - Viola/ el. piano
Serge Serra - Cello
Jamie Hamilton - Guitar
Rosanna Terberg - Alto flute
Dave Shulman - Clarinets
Jamie Doe - Vocalist

The Ballina Whalers are Pete Truin, Jamie Doe and Sam Brookes.

VOX is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

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ART AND MUSIC: vox 4
VOX: Exploring the human voice through technology, tradition and experimentation. Continuing from the first VOX series 2016 -17 we’ve programmed three more concerts for 2018, returning to Juju’s at the Old Truman brewery, London. Once again the focus is on the voice, text, words and song with new commissions for mixed media, a retrospective of the New York downtown scene and collaborations with some of our favourite artists.

Programme:
The Ballina Whalers - Our Father (Julius Eastman)
& Traditional Sea Shanties
Jamie Hamilton - New VOX commission
Cassandra Miller - Bel canto
Leo Chadburn - X Chairman Maos
Cornelius Cardew - Paragraph 7

Soprano Heloise Werner, co-director of the Hermes Experiment, joins the ensemble as soloist in the opening VOX concert, for a new multimedia work by Jamie Hamilton exploring voice synthesis and technological infinity, and Cassandra Miller’s Bel Canto - creating an intimate portrait of Maria Callas through transcribed audio recordings. The concert culminates in a performance of Cornelius Cardew’s Paragraph 7 from the The Great Learning, featuring singers from community choirs including CoMa Voices and AppleChorus alongside Phaedra Ensemble, guest performers and friends.

Performed by Phaedra Ensemble:
Héloïse Werner - Soprano
Phillip Granell - Violin/ electric bass
Richard Jones - Viola/ el. piano
Serge Serra - Cello
Jamie Hamilton - Guitar
Rosanna Terberg - Alto flute
Dave Shulman - Clarinets
Jamie Doe - Vocalist

The Ballina Whalers are Pete Truin, Jamie Doe and Sam Brookes.

VOX is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.