Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival: Gala Concert
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Simon Ible conductor Butterscotch beatbox vocalist
Wasgiischwashäsch Nuria Bonet
Butterscotch Concerto Eduardo R. Miranda Butterscotch
Real Voices Dining Linas Baltas
Vōv Eduardo R. Miranda David Peterson Harvard University Studio for
Electroacoustic Composition
Native Alien Butterscotch


Join us for the world premiere of this alt-classical piece for chamber orchestra and beatboxing composed for American voice-percussionist virtuosa, Butterscotch, and Vōv, a piece for singers and live electronics exploring the composer’s research into the origins of language and music. New pieces by Linas Baltas, Butterscotch, and Wasgiischwashäsch, a musical rendition of data, voicing Switzerland’s climate change over the last 150 years by PhD student Nuria Bonet are also included.

See Butterscotch in action.

Date: Sat 25 February
Time:
20:00
Venue:
The House, Plymouth University
Ticket information: 
£10/£7/Friends free
Discounts available via the Artory App and free to Plymouth University students via SPiA

Part of the Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival including:

The Art of Inventing Languages

A Buddha of Superposition or ‘an Entangled Voice’: Film and research performance

The Voice of the Sea: Research performance

Voices Without Borders: Research performance

Come Together: The Sonfication of Lennon and McCartney: Research performance

Silicon Voices: Research performance

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Watch the incredible skills of Butterscotch in this video...

American beat-boxer, Butterscotch, featured in the 2017 Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival Gala Concert.

Voices Season - Uncovering Voices

Peninsula Arts looks to support new and undiscovered cultural voices, as well as bringing those internationally renowned voices to the region and this is explored in this season’s programme.

Ever since the dawn of humanity, voice has always been our primary source for communication. This season’s music programme traverses the pure polyphony of Palestrina to 21st-century beat-box and electronic vocalise.

Peninsula Arts Sinfonietta

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