Engines Orchestra | CHEW YOUR EAR OFF returns Sunday 18th October!
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Chew Your Ear Off w/ ANIMA

CHEW YOUR EAR OFF returns Sunday 18th October!

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It’s time for the second installment of the Engines Orchestra’s brand new chamber series Chew Your Ear Off!

 

Combining incredible live music with on stage interviews, demonstrations and Q&A; Chew Your Ear Off is a concert series where the audience shares the stage based in the beautiful canal side setting of The Proud Archivist in Haggerston, London.

 

This time ANIMA will be showcasing their wonderful hybrid of contemporary classical music, film and animation with composer, arranger and educator Paul Bartholomew (Trinity Laban) to curate the show.

 

We hope to see you there and with all things new, we need your help to spread the word!

 

Date: Sunday 18th October

 

Venue: The Proud Archivist (N1 5ET) – Haggerston Overground.
http://www.theproudarchivist.co.uk

 

Show Time: 4pm-6pm (Doors Open 3:30)

 

Tickets: £10 / £12 with a glass of house red, white or a beer. Students/Concessions: £6

 

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ANIMA is an exciting, unique, collaborative project bringing together some of the UK’s most dynamic contemporary composers, musicians and filmmakers to explore the profound relationship between music and film. Live music is performed by the ensemble alongside projections of abstract animated films.

 

Founded in 2013 by composer, Chris Roe, the ANIMA Collective aims to connect different art forms, and place contemporary music in a new context. Their most ambitious project, MECHANIKA, was the result of a UK-wide competition made possible by receiving an ‘Emerging Excellence Award’ from Help Musicians UK. The brief given was to explore the idea of mechanical movements or processes through music and film, and the final performance featured 10 brand new collaborations, in the incredible space of the Brunel Tunnel Shaft, 42 feet under the River Thames.

 

facebook.com/ANIMACollective2013
https://vimeo.com/76283227 (at The Forge)

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