Fair Saturday is a global movement bringing together arts, culture and social causes on the day after Black Friday.
kraftwerk re:werk is a ground breaking musical experience, taking Kraftwerk’s iconic album Trans-Europe Express as the starting point for a thrilling symphonic trip.
Created by composers Charlotte Harding and Lloyd Coleman, and premiered at Colston Hall as part of Simple Things Festival 2017, kraftwerk re:werk is an intoxicating mix of symphonic and electronic instruments, with ear-bending sounds sitting directly next to 70s beats. Each and every sound on-stage is amplified and filtered live, turning the orchestra into a giant synthesizer.
kraftwerk re:werk is conducted by the award-winning Charles Hazlewood and performed by the Paraorchestra & Friends, a 39-piece ensemble containing a bank of Moogs, drum machines and live percussion, assistive technology, alongside bass oboes, an electro harp and a suite of orchestral strings and brass.
After kraftwerk re:werk, Max Cooper will present a live AV set that will take you on an incredible filmic journey. Linking his interest in science, music and visual arts, Cooper’s mesmerising collection of ideas and audio-visual experiments form a kaleidoscopic immersive sound experience.
This event launches Bristol as the first official Fair Saturday city in England. Fair Saturday is a global movement bringing together arts, culture and social causes on the day after Black Friday.
“the arrangements are bold: the melody from Trans-Europe Express rings out of a dizzy whirl of sound, while Autobahn’s smooth pootle is chaotically recast as Mad Max’s morning commute.” (The Guardian)
This is a standing Colston Hall Presents event at The Marble Factory at Motion, 74-78 Avon St, Bristol BS2 0PX
Ages 14+ (Under 16’s accompanied by an adult)
This event uses eTickets from Colston Hall. Your eTicket for this event will be sent to the email on your Colston Hall account or the one used in your transaction in October.