YARMONICS

YARMONICS Sound Map

Online

Great Yarmouth

Free event

Produced in partnership by Eastern Ear and originalprojects;, YARMONICS is a free festival of sound and new music that celebrates the sounds, people and places of Great Yarmouth. It features installations, performances, workshops with local groups, and talks.

2021 was the fourth YARMONICS festival, and included the creation of a Sound Map, hosting a growing collection of recordings from performances and enabling people to visit the location and listen to the work in situ, or explore from the comfort of their own home. Each red marker on the map represents a venue or site, click that marker to show all recordings from that venue or site. https://yarmonics-map.vercel.app/map-page

Over the years YARMONICS has invited a number of artists, musicians, academics and writers to create work that responds to specific spaces and places in Great Yarmouth including the Great Yarmouth Minster, The Hippodrome, The Empire, the Lydia Eva, the beach and many more.

In 2020, as a response to the Covide-19 pandemic, performances were recorded and uploaded to the website to enable artists to continue to work and audiences to continue to experience cultural activity. These recordings are still available to view at https://www.yarmonics.com/2020

Important information

Tickets: This is a non-ticketed event

Image Credit: YARMONICS Sound Map

Supported by The Ranworth Trust and GYTABIA/Visit Great Yarmouth

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