Voice(s)
  • Theatre 1, Roland Levinsky Building

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Part of the Memory: I'll Remember You! series

  • Christopher Fox: Magnification                                                
  • Scott Mc Laughlin: Snowflake                                          
  • Michael Finnissy: Same as we                                                                  
  • Nicholas Peters: Scantlebury

Juliet Fraser performs Voice(s), a programme for soprano and electronics that exploits the technology of pre-recorded tape parts and live manipulation to explore the interior worlds of memory, dreamings and identity. The central piece of the programme is Nicholas Peters' Scantlebury which sets his Grandad's spoken reminiscences of all the characters in his family, who were from Devonport, Plymouth, to music.

The development of the Voice(s) project has been supported by Arts Council England, the PRS Music Foundation, the Hinrichsen Foundation and the Ralph Vaughan Williams Trust.

This performance is linked to Celestial and Relic music performances by the theme of memories. Memories of loved ones and memories passed on by and to loved ones. The pieces express through the multi-disciplinary genres of music, words, film and sound the spirit, imagination and emotions of family bonds, secrets and histories.

Date/time: Saturday 18 June 2016, 17.30

Running time: 45 mins

Venue: The House, Plymouth University

Tickets info: £5 / £3 Friends of Peninsula Arts and Ten Tors Orchestra

Special offer: Inclusive ticket for all three events £18, £14 Friends of Peninsula Arts and Ten Tors Orchestra

Ticket discounts available via Artory App                                                                                        

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