Sarah Angliss

Part of Bristol New Music 2018

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Using theremin, robotic carillon and other instruments, Sarah Angliss performs highlights from Ealing Feeder – her steely and unsettled love letter to London. She will be joined by Tom Richards and his mini Oramics machine – an early synthesiser designed by electronic pioneer Daphne Oram. Tom and Sarah will perform their own graphic scores composed for this amazing instrument.

Presented by St George’s Bristol in partnership with Arnolfini.

Please note this event takes place at Arnolfini, 16 Narrow Quay, Bristol BS1 4QA.

To book: Please click here to be re-directed to St George’s Bristol website for tickets

Aether Music and Oramics – Show-and-tell

17:00, £2.50, Free to concert ticket holders

A special session suitable for all ages to get up close to Tom Richard’s Mini Oramics machine and try their hands at the theremin, as player Sarah Angliss talks about its extraordinary history and shows a couple of the music machines she’s designed and built.

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Bristol New Music 2018

This concert is part of Bristol New Music 2018, bringing the very best international contemporary new music to the city in partnership with Colston Hall, Arnolfini, Spike Island, St George’s Bristol and the University of Bristol for a dazzling weekend to explores new realms in sound.

To view the full festival programme click here.

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Bristol New Music is supported using public funding by Arts Council England and by the PRS for Music Foundation; in partnership with the University of Bristol.

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