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Sound Laboratory: Rare Earth

Lucas Fels
  • Saturday 28 April
    12.15pm
Ticket typeCost
Adult£10
Unwaged/ Under 26£5

Luminescent fragility

A scarce solo recital from the cellist of the Arditti Quartet brings to Sheffield the UK premieres of Brian Ferneyhough’s In Nomine, Mark Andre’s iv2 and Enno Poppe’s Zwölf.  Elements with radioactive properties and strong luminescent qualities known as lanthanides or ’rare earths’ inspire composer Dorothy Ker’s new work for cello.

 

 

Discover the most unique and innovative music around and join our experiments in the Sound Laboratory week-long take over...

Friday 20/Saturday 21:  Sound Junction - Cinema for the Ear
Monday 23 April: New Music Ensemble - From Sheffield's Cutting Edge
Tuesday 24 April: Ligeti Quartet - Phantom Voices - Psychoacoustics 
Wednesday 25 April: Intended Inventions - A Kaleidoscopic Snapshot of Australia
Thursday 26 April: Ligeti Quartet - Sheffield Composes - More from Sheffield's Cutting Edge
Friday 27 April: Crippled Symmetry - Anatolian Patterns and Meditative Sonic Lines
Saturday 28 April: Rare Earth - Luminescent Fragility

Performers

Lucas Fels (cello)

Programme

  • Brian Ferneyhough: In Nomine
  • Mark Andre: iv2
  • Enno Poppe: Zwolf
  • Dorothy Ker: New work

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