on Friday 16th December. The event starts at 17:30.
Join us as we celebrate Madame Ceski's opening night of Sound Henge, a life-sized stone circle sound installation! During the evening University of Bristol’s Professor Ronald Hutton will talk about Stonehenge.
Opening: 5.30pm - 9pm
Talk with Ronald Hutton begins: 7.30pm
Bricks bar will be open and serving mulled wine and other drinks for the event.
Step inside the circle to be enveloped in a ritual soundscape and touch the tactile stones to trigger sounds, in this transformative musical experience. Inspired by the history, archaeology and folklore of stone circles, the artist is creating a space that uses our senses to link ancient to modern.
Free, however, please let us know you're planning to attend.
What else is on for Sound Henge?
To see the other events, the exhibition opening times, and a special winter solstice celebration event visit, bricksbristol.org/2022/11/sound-henge
I'm a Welsh composer, performer & collaborator, based in St.George Bristol. Using song, improvisation, performance & experimentation, my work focuses on ‘folk’ in its widest sense – people’s habits & traditions, ranging from the mundane to the spiritual.
My work is string & vocal based with improvisation & field recordings, juxtaposing acoustic instruments, fluid tuning systems & handmade sounds. I often collaborate across artforms, such as working with visual collectives like 1927 theatre & The Paper Cinema, & am currently a resident of Pervasive Media Studios, Watershed.
Recent projects include Arts Council’s Developing Your Creative Practice, EFDSS’ Alan James Creative Bursary 2021-22, a Ty Cerdd mentorship with AV artist Kathy Hinde plus a Sound & Music Covid-19 Award for Covid Ritual Music, exhibited as part of Grayson Perry’s Art Club at Bristol Museum.