4 days of concerts, exhibitions + workshops across the city
Returning for its fourth edition, from 23-26 April 2020 Bristol New Music proposes an adventurous exploration of the city through sound, with artists from across the radius of contemporary music gathering for four days of newly commissioned works, sonic responses to rarely used spaces, landmark concert hall programmes, club nights, gallery exhibitions and film programmes.
Mica Levi: different types of writing / different types of reading*
Kelly Jayne Jones: Sedimentary Stone Tape*
Maxime Guitton: Times out of tune: Alvin Curran or a Roman history of musical smuggling
MSHR / Copper Sounds / Tara Clerkin Trio / Tap Sew
Ellen Arkbro: Chordalities
UPROAR: Professor Bad Trip
Miguel Prado & Mattin: Generative Adversarial Evacuation Of The Voice
Eric Baudelaire and Alvin Curran: When There is No Music To Write
Yas Clarke: The Thicket
Hezarfen Ensemble: Makam21
Deathprod: Occulting Disk
James Massiah / Alicia Carrera / Sunun
Ligeti Quartet: String Quartet No. 3 ‘In iij. Noct.’
*NOTE: 'Mica Levi: different types of writing / different types of reading' and 'Kelly Jayne Jones: Sedimentary Stone Tape' are limited capacity events which are not included in the Festival or Day Pass and require separate booking.
Taking place biennially across Bristol, Bristol New Music is a collaboration between five key organisations in the city: Colston Hall, Arnolfini, Spike Island, St George’s Bristol and the University of Bristol. The 2020 edition is produced by Qu Junktions.
For full programme information visit bristolnewmusic.org
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