On Saturday 24 November at 7.45pm Charles Hazlewood will conduct Army of Generals and The British Paraorchestra in a performance of kraftwerk-re:werk at The Anvil and we have 3 pairs of tickets to give away.
kraftwerk-re:werk is a ground breaking musical experience, taking Kraftwerk’s album Trans Europe Express as the starting point for a thrilling symphonic trip.
Created by composers Charlotte Harding and Lloyd Coleman, kraftwerk re:werk is an intoxicating mix of symphonic and electronic instruments, with ear-bending sounds sitting directly next to 70s beats, and sound on-stage amplified and filtered live, turning the orchestra into a giant synthesizer.
The 39-piece ensemble contains a bank of Moogs, drum machines and live percussion, assistive technology, alongside bass oboes, an electro harp and a suite of orchestral strings and brass.
Don’t miss this fantastic evening at The Anvil on Saturday 24 November, which kicks off with some seriously wild scores from Ligeti and Messiaen to ensure that you are fully immersed and ready to hear the new work with fresh ears.
kraftwerk-re:werk was commissioned by The Paraorchestra and Friends and Simple Things, and is produced by The Paraorchestra and Friends, in association with Sound UK and is supported by Arts Council England.
Tickets are priced at £25; under 16s £15 (includes £3 booking fee). Call the Anvil Arts box office on 01256 844244, or visit anvilarts.org.uk.
We have 3 pairs of tickets to this amazing show and to be inwith a chance of winning all you have to do is answer this simple question:
Q: What form of transport is the Trans Europe Express?
This competition closes at Midnight, Sunday, November 18, 2018.
To enter click here.