Enter a captivating musical universe where the familiar merges with the unknown. Alongside traditional acoustic instruments, you will discover the sounds of electronic instruments such as the LinnStrument, Seaboard Rise and Clarion, which can be played with any movement of the body.
In addition to performing their own set, NOYO and BSO Resound will come together to present an original version of Alexander Campkin’s What Fear We Then?, a joint commission re-arranged for the occasion. This celebratory set will also feature new arrangements of Spring by Vivaldi and Time by Hans Zimmer.
This afternoon’s programme will showcase how diversity can push the boundaries of classical and contemporary music in exciting new directions.
The special matinee concert is presented in a relaxed atmosphere suitable for concertgoers with autistic spectrum conditions, those with sensory, communication or learning difficulties and anyone else who would benefit from a less formal environment. There is a relaxed attitude to noise and audience members are free to leave and re-enter the auditorium at any point. There will be a Chill Out area, where a space is made for anyone needing a bit of quiet time before or during the performance. The concert will finish at 5:35pm and there will be a 20 minute interval.
You are encouraged to bring your own bean bags, cushions or rugs to make yourself comfortable! Chairs will of course be provided, too.
The performance will be BSL interpreted.
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