Pioneers of Percussion

Joby Burgess brings a three-metre aluminium harp, a typewriter, loop pedals, video projection and electronic fusion to this revelatory and virtuosic programme.

Date

03/03/2018

Time

6:00 pm

Venue

The Chapel, University of Chichester, College Lane, Chichester PO19 6PE

Described by one reviewer as an‘insanely talented British percussionist’, Joby Burgess brings a three-metre aluminium harp, a typewriter, loop pedals, video projection and
electronic fusion to this revelatory and virtuosic programme. Works include Nicole Lizée’s newly written The Filthy Fifteen, Linda Buckley’s trance-evoking Ekstasis, Toru Takemitsu’s delicately traversed soundscape Seasons and Iannis Xenakis’s explosive Psappha.

“… one of contemporary classical’s leading lights, percussionist Joby Burgess” Muso magazine

£12/£8, free for festival participants and UoC students and staff –
includes entry to the 8:00 p.m. concert

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