A free evening of musical performance from composers Matthew Lee Knowles and Neil Luck as part of A Forger’s Kabarett.
A Forger’s Kabarett is a series of four different and unique events taking place at the WW Gallery in Holborn, back-dropped by BERLIN: The Forger’s Tale: The Quest for Fame and Fortune, an immersive installation and exhibition from artists’ Broughton & Birnie, chronicling the tragic events that led to the demise of twentieth century forger Georg Bruni.
Keine Zeit für Tränen (No Time for Tears), the second event in the series, will see conceptual poetry and experimental compositions from Matthew Lee Knowles and Neil Luck.
Neil Luck is a composer and performer based in London. His works have been performed by numerous ensembles and soloists in the UK, Europe, Canada and Japan, as well as on BBC radio 3 and Resonance FM. As a performer, and creative director, Neil has worked appeared at leading venues and festivals in the UK and internationally, including the ICA, Kings Place, Whitechapel Gallery, the Tate Britain, in Vilnius as part of the 2009 Capital of Culture celebrations, and has appeared as a guest twice at the Tokyo Experimental Festival, Japan. He is the founder of ARCO – an experimental string ensemble, and is a co-founder of Squib-box; an artist led cooperative dedicated to the production, recording and dissemination of contemporary avant-garde music.
Matthew Lee Knowles is a composer, poet, pianist, performer and teacher based in London. His works have been heard in concert halls, on TV and radio. Recent creations include an eighty-minute string quartet, a lecture on cosmology, physics and mathematics, a fifteen-thousand note toccata for solo piano, a list of nine-hundred new words, a reduction of Macbeth into a single act and a four-movement work for twelve cornets based on the Teletubbies theme
|Duration||15 June 2013 - 15 June 2013|
|Times||18:00 - 21:00|
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