Flights of sound was great fun and was an intimate close to the Tatton Biennial. It was a pleasure to have such committed performances from Tom McKinney and Jane Chapman and I was particularly please to hear A Fire-Island Sky at its extremely delayed premiere played twice in two beautiful Tatton Rooms. I don’t have any images of that but I do have some others including Aura’s spectacular graphic score which provided the backbone to Jane’s improvisation. It was lowered and raised by means of a bespoke cast iron hand-wound contraption and was an affecting contrast with Tatton’s splendour, faded or otherwise.
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05/12/2016 - The book of Matthew - The House of Bedlam, Cafe OTO, information here.
29/03/2016 - The book of Matthew - The House of Bedlam, Liverpool University