The first episode in a series showcasing the love and obsession with Japanese music, Howard Williams, aka Japan Blues digs through his crates to share some of his favourite underground music from the 1970s.
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Rediscover an interview with Danish band, Efterklang where Ben Eshmade meets the band to hear more about their unexpected opera 'Leaves: The Colour of Falling', performed at the Barbican in February 2017.
To celebrate our 'Autism and Cinema' season, Luís Azevedo (aka Beyond the Frame) looks at the way cinema has depicted autistic characters, and considers how the language of cinema can be challenged and changed by autistic perspectives.
In this episode of Sound Unbound, Cassa Pancho, choreographer and founder of Ballet Black, discusses Ravel’s Sonata for Violin and Cello, the challenges of choreographing work to music and the emotional impact music can have on the audience.
In the fifth workshop of our Life Rewired inspired Design Yourself project, our young creatives worked with New Movement Collective and Fenyce Workspace who led a practical workshop introducing the group to their prototype project XO.
James R Gaines, author of ‘Evening in the Palace of Reason’, discusses the meeting between Bach and Frederick the Great in 1747, where the religion and spirituality collided with rationality, and the resulting fugue, Bach’s ‘Musical Offering’.
In this episode of Sound Unbound, comedian Jayde Adams speaks about the important role classical music and opera - specifically Giacomo Puccini's 'O Mio Babbino Caro' - has played in her life growing up and even in her stand-up comedy.