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Classical Remix Presents: Benjamin Tassie

Performance of After Violence at Sutton House. Photo Dimitri Djuric

An experimental evening of electronic music inspired by the Baroque

Taking its cue from the British Baroque: Power and Illusion exhibition, this newly commissioned live sound performance takes you on an immersive journey through musical styles more than 300 years apart.

Join us in the final room of the exhibition for an intimate reimagining of English Baroque music through a heady combination of live instrumentals, analogue synths and electronics.

This hour-long seated performance will be followed by a private view of the exhibition.

Biographies

Classical Remix

Classical Remix commission composers, performers, writers and artists to reimagine historic music. Recent projects have included a Stanley Kubrich-inspired Mozart opera on synths and new music based on the pioneering women of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. They have collaborated with the V&A, Historic Royal Palaces, Ikon Gallery, Royal Academy of Arts, National Trust and Dulwich Picture Gallery among others.

Benjamin Tassie

Benjamin Tassie is a composer working at the intersection of contemporary-classical and experimental, electronic pop.

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London SW1P 4RG
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Date & Time

20 March 2020 at 19.30–21.00

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