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Cut & Splice: From the Seven Days

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Cut & Splice: From the Seven Days
Friday 24 & Saturday 25 October 2008
Wilton’s Music Hall, London, E1 8JB


Sonic Arts Network and BBC Radio 3 present a two day festival based around Stockhausen’s Aus den Sieben Tagen (From the Seven Days).

Cut & Splice: From the Seven Days brings together some of the world’s leading contemporary avant-garde musicians for a unique and ground-breaking interpretation of one of Stockhausen’s most controversial works. Featuring over 20 performers, installations and a four day durational piece, the festival is set in one of London’s most atmospheric spaces, Wilton’s Music Hall, the oldest grand music hall in the world.

Under the Artistic direction of Anton Lukoszevieze performers will include David Behrman, Angharad Davies, Rhodri Davies, Reinhold Friedl, Frank Gratkowski, Robin Hayward, Apartment House, Seth Josel, Aleks Kolkowski, Phil Minton, Maja Ratkje, Twentytwentyone, Mark Wastell, Marc Weiser, Nikos Veliotis and Michael Vorfeld.

Cut & Splice is the UK’s premier annual festival of radical music and sound art, co-produced by Sonic Arts Network and BBC Radio 3.

Tickets are only £10 per day or £18 for both days.
Buy Tickets here: http://www.cutandsplice.com/2008/book-tickets/


Cut & Splice: From the Seven Days began today, in a small, sparsely furnished flat in Beckton. Composers and performers Matthew Lee Knowles and Neil Luck began the piece Gold Dust, a four-day fasting and meditation piece that will climax in a five minute performance at Wilton's Music Hall on Friday 24th October. The performers will be blogging their experiences at http://cutandsplice.com for the duration.

Gold Dust is part of Stockhausen's Aus Den Sieben Tagen (From the Seven Days) instructional score, made up of 14 pieces that will all be performed as part of Cut & Splice: From the Seven Days this Friday and Saturday, by a huge collection of some of Europe's best performers, plus a special guest appearance by David Behrman.

Visit the blog at http://www.cutandsplice.com/2008/gold-dust/