Summer Festival 2016

E1 Museum Late: Multi-Story Orchestra

Wednesday 15 June, 8.30pm (2016)

Museum of Childhood

Poignant works by two remarkable living composers: Gavin Bryars, and Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Caroline Shaw.

PRICE: Tickets: £15 unreserved

Multi-Story Orchestra
Kate Whitley & Christopher Stark directors

Explore the Museum of Childhood after dark in this atmospheric late-night performance by the Multi-Story Orchestra.

“The most exciting development in classical music for decades, if not centuries”
The Times

This concert features poignant works by two remarkable living composers: British composer Gavin Bryars’s deeply moving Jesus’ Blood Never Failed Me Yet based on the song of an unknown homeless man, and Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Caroline Shaw’s In manus tuas. These two modern works will sandwich an arrangement of Bach’s ‘Fuga, Ricercata in 6 voices’ from The Musical Offering.

Students: £5
Under 26s / jobseekers: £11.25

Approximate end time: 9.30pm
Standing room only

Supported by Geoffrey Collens.

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Museum of Childhood

Cambridge Heath Road
London
E2 9PA
United Kingdom

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