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Objects at an Exhibition
23 July 2015

THE ALBUM

Objects at an Exhibition is a landmark commissioning project for NMC's 25th anniversary, in partnership with Aurora Orchestra and the Science Museum. The album, featuring six world premiere recordings by Gerald Barry, Barry Guy, Christopher Mayo, Claudia Molitor, Thea Musgrave and David Sawer,
is released on NMC 18 September 2015.

 

 

 

 

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THE EVENT AT SCIENCE MUSEUM, LONDONNMC Recordings

The Science Museum awakens after dark with a unique walk-through concert featuring six world-premiere performances. Each is performed by the Aurora Orchestra in the presence of the object or space which inspired its composition, including the London-York mail coach, Charles Babbage's Difference Engine, 2LO, and the Flight Gallery.

 

The concert will take place at 7:45pm at the Science Museum on Saturday 3 October 2015.

Duration: c2h45 with interval | Tickets: £25 (discounts available for students and early-bird bookers)
Get your tickets at the Science Museum Box Office here

Box office: 0870 870 4868

 

Volunteers needed: Find out how you can take part in our ambitious Objects at an Exhibition event at Science Museum here: http://bit.ly/1Jy98iY


The concert directed by Tim Hopkins with Aurora Orchestra conducted by Nicholas Collon

includes world premiere performances of:

Gerald Barry - The One-Armed Pianist

Barry Guy - Mr Babbage is Coming to Dinner

Christopher Mayo - Supermarine

Claudia Molitor - 2TwoLO

Thea Musgrave - Power Play

David Sawer - Coachman Chronos

 

For more information about each work visit our Project page.

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