Waterstones London Gower Street, 19:00
Elaine Mitchener & Anton Lukoszevieze: The Eagle Has Two Heads
Part of City, University of London Concert Series
Anton Lukoszevieze and Elaine Mitchener present experimental music for cello, voice and electronics to include works by Julius Eastman, Alvin Lucier, Ben Patterson.
Polish premiere of Stay On It and Hail Mary with Apartment House.
TOM PHILLIPS | Irma: an opera
director Netia Jones | music director Anton Lukoszevieze | performed by Apartment House
Tom Phillips’ Irma is a unique, intermedia artwork, a miniature ‘chance’ opera brought to life through video projection, recordings, instruments, vocalists and an actor. The first performance of the new score, Opus XIIB, marks the 80th birthday of renowned artist and notable Peckham resident Tom Phillips RA.
‘To consider the Song Books as a work of art is nearly impossible. Who would dare? It resembles a brothel, doesn’t it?’ John Cage
In collaboration with Elaine Mitchener Projects, Kings Place presents an event celebrating the lyricism of John Cage’s iconic Song Books.
Elaine performs a solo work to mark the launch of a new exhibition Mene Mene Tekel Parsin curated by artist Jesse Darling.
Improvised performance, with Steve Beresford to Jean Vigo’s short film Zéro de conduit, which looks at young school children’s passion for freedom, as part of an intriguing experimental film/live music festival for young audiences.
Mưa (Rain) – R&D as part of Various Stages Festival led by Mahogany Opera Group.
A movement opera inspired by the ancient art of Vietnamese water puppetry directed by Dam Van Huynh with music by Dai Fujikura.