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London Contemporary Orchestra: 24

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The endlessly inventive London Contemporary Orchestra perform one of their biggest live undertakings to date: a continuous 24 hour concert.

But this is by no means taxing, for the audience at least. Relax into an ambient, meditative experience as visuals by projection artist László Zsolt Bordos kaleidoscopically draw you in to a state of deep reflection.

Featuring iconic durational works by composers such as Morton Feldman’s six-hour piece String Quartet No 2 taking the audience through the depths of the night as well as appearances and new works from today's most loved ambient artists, to be announced.

Audience members are encouraged to come and go as they please during the 24 hour period, stay for one, two or 24 hours...

Produced by the Barbican in association with the London Contemporary Orchestra

With support from Arts Council England

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