As Japanese vocal performer Hatis Noit draws our Erased Tapes x LCO: Purcell Sessions to a close with an inspiring sold-out show, a next chapter begins...
The Erased Tapes x LCO series has been a thrilling year long collaboration with the London Contemporary Orchestra that brought handpicked Erased Tapes artists to Southbank Centre’s most intimate venue and space for artistic development, the Purcell Room.
Each of the four performances was preceded by free, open workshops where audiences were given a unique insight into the composers and some of the top contemporary classical musicians' process and how they work together to test and develop new methods and palettes of sound. The works created were presented that evening with very special performances, featuring Qasim Naqvi, Michael Price, Rival Consoles and Hatis Noit.
Following his sold-out Purcell Session in September, composer and electronic producer Rival Consoles is the first to return to Southbank Centre for a larger, already sold-out show with the London Contemporary Orchestra — performing new works for 16 string players at Queen Elizabeth Hall on January 17.
The composer would like to add that he doesn’t know what he will do yet.
More details to be announced soon.