We were thrilled to appear live on BBC Radio 3’s In-Tune from the Tate Modern as part of their #newyearnewmusic festival. We performed Capricci (Augusta Read Thomas), dreams, shadows, and smoke… (Patrick Harrex), NocturNe (Benjamin Graves) and Edgard Varèse’s seminal Density 21.5 (alongside Calder’s wire sculpture of his friend).
Our players spoke live on-air to Suzy Klein about our work and the music, and you can listen back to the entire performance until 7th February.
Here are some pictures of our sound check before the event!
Adam Swayne speaking to presenter Suzy Klein
The audience starts to arrive!
Alena performing Density 21.5
Sound check of Augusta Read Thomas’ Capricci
Suzy Klein presents a special edition of ‘In Tune’ live from Tate Modern gallery in London, as part of Radio 3’s New Year New Music week. Our performances include Edgard Varèse’s seminal Density 21.5 (alongside Calder’s wire sculpture of his friend), Augusta Read Thomas’ Capricci, Benjamin Graves’ NocturNe, and Patrick Harrex’s …dreams, shadows, and smoke Also performing on the programme are the Guildhall School percussionists and vocal trio Juice!