Tubular Brass with Hannah Peel present
Tubular Bells (Mike Oldfield)
+ Mary Casio: Journey To Cassiopeia (Hannah Peel)
Arranged and conducted by Sandy Smith
“Absolutely terrific - the most satisfying live musical event I’ve attended in years.” (The Arts Desk)
Mike Oldfield’s classic album Tubular Bells, performed live by Tubular Brass – a 28-piece brass band featuring some of the UK’s finest players and presenting a new score by acclaimed composer, conductor & arranger Sandy Smith. Plus the evening also sees a special performance of Mary Casio: Journey to Cassiopeia by electronic artist & composer Hannah Peel that combines synthesizers and brass to stunning effect. The show also features specially commissioned audio visuals by Daniel Conway.
Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells is one of the great icons of electronic music. Released in 1973, it became one of the biggest selling albums of all time and famously stayed in the UK charts for an incredible 279 weeks. Tubular Brass will be presenting a new score for brass of this pioneering sonic masterpiece by acclaimed composer, conductor & arranger Sandy Smith.
Electronic artist, arranger & composer Hannah Peel’s work combines the tremendously deep, rich power of traditional brass with the uplifting arpeggiated patterns and unearthly sound textures of analogue synthesizers. Through an intergalactic journey from Earth to the star constellation of Cassiopeia, Peel explores one person's journey through space, time and mortality by telling the story of 86 year old Mary Casio and her lifelong stargazing dream to leave her South Yorkshire home in the mining town of Barnsley and see Cassiopeia for herself.
Confirmed UK live performances are as follows;
8 July Macclesfield Jodrell Bank – Bluedot Festival
9 July London Southbank Centre – New Music Biennial
5 August Edinburgh St Cuthbert’s Church (Edinburgh Festival)
23 September Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
30 September Stockton-On-Tees Arc
21 October Barnsley Civic Theatre
28 October Basingstoke Anvil
Presented in association with the PRS Foundation, Arts Council England and Root Music.
Sat 1 Jul 2017
Hull – Jubilee Church
Sat 8 Jul 2017
Macclesfield – Bluedot Festival
Sun 9 Jul 2017
London – Southbank Centre
Sat 5 Aug 2017
Edinburgh – St Cuthbert's Church
Sat 23 Sep 2017
Liverpool – Philharmonic Hall
Sat 30 Sep 2017
Stockton-On-Tees – ARC
Sat 21 Oct 2017
Barnsley – Civic Theatre
Sat 28 Oct 2017
Basingstoke – Anvil
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