Cameron Graham Sensing Spaces

cameron-graham-25101Since the 25th of January, the Royal Academy of Arts has a new exhibition called Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined... Intrigued by Sensing Spaces? Check out Sensing Sounds an amazing collaboration with the Royal College of Music. We’ve commissioned six composers to create pieces in response to the exhibition’s installations, which will then be performed in situ over the course of a very special evening.

Brunel alumnus, Cameron Graham, has composed Diastole, (for voice, violin and alto flute) in response to the installation created by Li Xiaodong, Diastole refers to a type of expansion and ‘swelling’ that occurs throughout the piece…

Musicians include Brunel music student Sophie Cunningham (voice); Clarice Rarity (violin); Philippa Mercer (alto flute). What a great way to spend Monday evening…

Royal Academy of Arts, In the Main Galleries, Burlington House 

Monday, 10 March 2014, 7.30–9pm

18 / £9 reductions (students, jobseekers and people with disabilities)

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