|Friday 30 August 7pm
|Saturday 31 August 7pm
Science, sound and art converge in Gerard Grisey’s epic percussion masterwork Le Noir de l’Étoile.
Gerard Grisey has to be one of the most intriguing composers of the last century. With works that explore time, death and the transitory nature of art and sound, his music stands as some of the most strident in the contemporary repertoire.
Composed in 1990, this evening length work is framed with the electro-magnetic recordings of rotating neutron stars that are millions of light years from earth. The pulsing energy of the cosmos is converted into sound, and in a brilliant weaving of live performance and electronics, we hear a rich counterpoint that emerges in this hour length work.
Join the ANAM Percussionists as they embark on this unique musical journey through one of the great works in the percussion ensemble repertoire.
Gerard GRISEY Le Noir de l'Étoile
Peter Neville (Head of Percussion) director/percussion
This performance will last 60 minutes, no interval
Photo by Abdul Min Muhaimin
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