23 November 2017

Bluecoat Liverpool, 19:30

SWEET TOOTH – Premiere

SWEET TOOTH marks the culmination of five years’ research by Mitchener into our love of sugar and the historical links between the UK sugar industry and the Transatlantic Slave Trade.

SWEET TOOTH has been supported with public funding from Arts Council England. Commissioned by Bluecoat in partnership with the Stuart Hall Foundation, London and The International Slavery Museum with further support from PRSF Open Fund, Edge Hill University, Centre 151 and St George’s Bloomsbury.

11 November 2017

LSO St Luke’s


BBC Radio 3 Open Ear

Charles-Mitchener brings together double bassist Neil Charles and Elaine Mitchener.

07 October 2017

Waterstones London Gower Street, 19:00


Charles-Mitchener brings together double bassist Neil Charles and Elaine Mitchener. Invited by The Wire for their peripatetic Salon event at Waterstones, the duo will improvise on Ben Okri’s “Grenfell Tower” poem.

03 October 2017

College Building, City University of London, 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.

29 September 2017

Ludowy Theatre, 19.00 Krakow – Poland

Sacrum-Profanum Festival

Polish premiere of Stay On It and Hail Mary with Apartment House.

16 – 17 September 2017

South London Gallery

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.

10 June 2017

Kings Place
Hall Two
Part of Poet in the City Festival

‘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.


20 May 2017

Wysing Arts Centre
Launch of Mene Mene Tekel Parsin

Elaine performs a solo work to mark the launch of a new exhibition Mene Mene Tekel Parsin curated by artist Jesse Darling.