Opening a new chapter

As our 40th anniversary draws to a close we are excited to announce that we will be working with André de Ridder as the Artistic Curator for our Winter Festival 2017.

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Why do a work-in-progress?

For artists, the opportunity to test new work whilst it’s still in development is invaluable. It gives them space to explore and enables them to take risks, try out different ideas and get feedback from audiences which will shape the development of their work. As the audience, it gives you a chance to see the…

Open Call: Jackie Walduck

Open Call artist Jackie Walduck talks about her work The Migration Game. Drawing on practices of immersive theatre and computer gaming, The Migration Game places its audience as migrants to London. To progress to successive scenes in different spaces, they must solve puzzles and clues which are embedded within the music itself. The goal is to find…

Intern diaries: Martha

From April through to July, a period spanning our 40th anniversary Summer Festival, we had the pleasure of working with Martha. Martha joined us as our Learning & Participation Intern, working with us to help produce our Summer Festival and year-round Learning & Participation projects. Before she left in July to move onto the next stage…

What is creative music-making?

  Throughout the year, we run an extensive Learning & Participation programme offering creative music-making opportunities to local participants of all ages. For babies and toddlers, we present our award-winning interactive opera for babies Musical Rumpus. Across a network of 15 local schools, we deliver a programme of in-school creative music projects led by music workshop leaders…