- juice reinvents the love song!
- Article Post Date: Wednesday 20.10.2010
We are excited to announce the London premiere of Laid Bare: 10 Love Songs. This year, juice challenged some of the UK's most noteable composers and songwriters to take a fresh look at the world's most clichéd popular musical form: the love song. The result is a superb collection of punchy a cappella works from an enticingly eclectic group of artists: featuring Anna Meredith, Damien Harron, Phillip Neil Martin, Errollyn Wallen, Jim Moray, Roxanna Panufnik, Mica Levi aka Micachu, Gavin Bryars, E.Laine and Dai Fujikura.
Listen to a showreel of the 10 songs HERE
We are incredibly excited about these 10 fantastically diverse new pieces. Please do come and share what will be a very exciting and special night for us.
This is also a collaborative concert with Ensemble Scratch the Surface and in addition to our love songs, will include an audiovisual performance for modified piano by pianist extraordinaire Leon Mitchener, a [re]construction of hybrid pianos by composer Claudia Molitor and pianist Sarah Nicolls, and films by visual artist Aura Satz and collective Flat-e. This event is curated by Mikhail Karikis with Conall Gleeson and juice.
Friday 22nd October, 8.00pm
Love Songs for Broken Machines
Hall 1, Kings Place, 90 York Way, London
Tickets from £9.50 when booked online HERE
Followed by, on Saturday October 23rd at King’s Place:
Juice are part of XENON: an exploded opera, an interdisciplinary and collaborative work by Mikhail Karikis which stages a series of unexpected encounters between strangers engaged in unlikely acts and combines performance art, music and video. Performing artists include Monica Ross, Jane Chapman, juice, Conall Gleeson, E.laine, Amy Cunningham, Jade Pybus, Snowdown Colliery Welfare Male Voice Choir and Mikhail Karikis; the performance includes a video collaboration with Uriel Orlow.
Other juice news:
We're enjoying collaborating with percussionist and composer Damien Harron to explore pieces for voice and percussion. The end result is a concert on Thursday 4th November at the Louise Blouin Foundation in London. The concert will include pieces by Tansy Davies, John Cage, Georges Aperghis, Dai Fujikura and new works by our own Kerry Andrew and Damien Harron.
Thursday 4th November, 7.00pm
Louise Blouin Foundation
3 Olaf Street, London, W11 4BE
£12, £8 concessions, £5 members, includes a glass of champagne!
Love from juice
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