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Leyden Gallery, 9 Leyden Street, E1 7LE London, United Kingdom
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EPod nano | a music-on-film premiere performance

The collaborative Music-on-Film project ePod nano is an original thirty-five-minute work for large ensemble composed by Jocelyn Campbell in 2017. It was commissioned by the Ensemble Eroica’s conductor and artistic director Toby Thatcher.

Initially conceived for the concert hall, ePod mutated during its composition as Jocelyn and Toby began discussing their ambitions to produce works of contemporary classical music outside of a concert hall environment using alternative media. Directed by Bella Riza and recorded, engineered and mixed by Jimi Maffei and Max Anstruther, ePod transitioned into a collaborative work of music-on-film fusing the music with a distinct art-cinematic aesthetic.

Also as part of this event will be a screening of Bella Riza’s Salt House (2017), and a live performance of Jocelyn Campbell’s total:THEFT (2016) for violin and cello, performed by members of Ensemble x.y

Composed by Jocelyn Campbell
Conducted by Toby Thatcher
Directed by Bella Riza
Recorded and Mixed by Jimi Maffei & Max Anstruther
Performed by Ensemble Eroica
Cinematography by Shivani Hassard & Simona Pranulyté
Artwork by Jack Felgate
Colour Grading by Jason R. Moffat
Supported by The Arts Council England, The Fidelio Charitable Trust, King’s College London, Brittania Row & Audient

evening performance list
7:00 – Doors
7:30 – Bella Riza – Salt House, screening c.12’
7:50 – Jocelyn Campbell – total:THEFT2, live performance c.20’
8:10 – interval, drinks available at the artBar
8:30 ePod nano, screening c.35’
9:05 END

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