Daniel Pioro & Erland Cooper

Featuring Clare O’Connell and Studio Collective

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Continuing a rewarding collaborative period, Daniel Pioro and Erland Cooper perform live together for the first time. Re-imagining a selection of Cooper’s Orkney repertoire with cellist Clare O’Connell and Studio Collective, a specially selected group of string players from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, they will perform a tone-poem-programme of melody, clouds of sound, and ambient drone.

Cooper’s works, known for their nostalgic meanderings and sense of place, will be stripped back to their essence, then re-awakened into something improvised and ancient. From Neolithic myth to a natural northerly drift, this will be an evening of musical storytelling, sonic experiment, and friendship.

“..exploring the place where electronic and classical music can co-habit”The Quietus

“Wonderfully nuanced songwriting matched to lung-bursting string arrangements.” Clash

 

With thanks to Cast Supporter, Alice Liddle

Important information

Duration: 60 Minutes

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Tuesday

17 May

08:00 pm

£7.50 - £22.00

Image credit: Masthead © Samuel Davies

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