The Listening Project
The Listening Project are back, this time at Morocco Bound Bookshop in London Bridge for an evening of new music on Thursday 30th June.
ATHENAEUM – is The Listening Project’s first gig in a bookshop and will feature music from some compelling composers and performers. Expect wild electronics, disparate soundscapes and even some garden apparatus.
The Listening Project are a new music collective that provides a platform for emerging musicians to develop and explore the possibilities of new music in alternative spaces. The Listening Project are always looking for new ways to innovate and create groundbreaking performances that people want to come and watch, leaving audiences with a sense of fulfilment and joy.
Fusing together the worlds of classical contemporary, jazz, improvisation, electronics and sound art, The Listening Project is a bright and bold player on the new music scene in the UK.
The Listening Project are:
Rebecca Burden, Cara Doyle, Maddy Hamilton, Freya Hicks, Jack Jones, Luca Manning, Jordan Murray, Gwyneth Nelmes, Cole Morrison, Sasha Scott, Louisa Till, Nat Willow
Jack Jones – ATHENAEUM for Trumpet and Modular Synthesiser world premiere (5’)
Rebecca Burden, Cara Doyle & Gwyneth Nelmes – Sisterhive by Amelia Clarkson (7’)
Cole Morrison – Reflections on Ives & Whittierby Bertram Turetzky(7’)
Maddy Hamilton & Jordan Murray – Boris Kerner for Cello & Flower Pots by Caroline Shaw (8’)
Sasha Scott – Humans May Not Apply & Spiralfor Live Strings and Electronics (10’)
Luca Manning & Rebecca Burden – Heroin by Lou Reed arr. David Lang (10’)
Jack Jones, Gwyneth Nelmes, Louisa Till, Nat Willow, Maddy Hamilton, Cole Morrison – Beatle’s Songs arr. Ridenour (5’)