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The Audience as Artist

Southbank Centre's Queen Elizabeth Hall, London


The third in a series of new music works that involve the public in their very making, this afternoon concert features a new work, Orango, for ensemble and audience, by Italian/Swiss composer Oscar Bianchi.

For further information on the open call for audience members to take part in Oscar Bianchi’s Orango please click here or contact Christine Andrews on or by phoning 020 7239 9340

Oscar Bianchi ORANGO (UK premiere)
Tansy Davies Undertow
Michael Nyman In C Interlude
Trish Clowes & students from Enfield, Haringey and Waltham Forest A walk in the park - or so they say (World premiere)*

Jonathan Stockhammer conductor
Patrick Bailey conductor*
Zoe Martlew presenter
London Sinfonietta
with young musicians from Enfield, Haringey and Waltham Forest


Clapping Music Workshop (Pre-concert event)

Bookings for the Clapping Music Workshop have now closed.

At 2.30pm join us for a fun, participatory pre-concert workshop to learn how to perform Steve Reich’s Clapping Music. No prior musical knowledge or expertise is required (suitable for all ages 7 years +). The workshop is free, but booking is required.


CONNECT is a European-wide project to create and perform new compositions which involve the public in their realisation. Oscar Bianchi’s work will also be performed around Europe by the project's other ensembles: Asko|Schönberg in Amsterdam, Ensemble Modern in Frankfurt and Remix Ensemble Casa da Música in Porto.

Supported by ART MENTOR FOUNDATION LUCERNE in collaboration with London Sinfonietta, Ensemble Modern, Asko|Schönberg and Remix Ensemble Casa da Música


Please note that booking takes place on external sites.
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  • Free but ticketed

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    Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre

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