ARTISTS

Schmool, Osnat

Osnat
Schmool
Conductor
Osnat Schmool is a choral leader, composer, teacher, performer and co-artistic director of Filament Theatre. Conducting credits include: Roundhouse Choir at Royal Albert Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Derry International Choral Festival, London 2012 Olympics, LSO St Lukes as well as regular appearances at the Roundhouse supporting and collaborating with many artists.
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COMPOSER:

DESCRIPTION

Artists:

sound Festival community choir
Osnat Schmool, conductor
Transition Extreme skaters

Words & Director: Bill Bankes-Jones

 

Blending skateboarding, choral singing and the unique acoustic of skate parks, Tête à Tête and composer Samuel Bordoli team up with skaters and community choirs to make a real noise in London, Aberdeen and Glasgow.

‘I am absolutely delighted to be part of the PRS for Music Foundation's New Music Biennial. I am looking forward to collaborating on a new work with Tête à Tête and members of the skateboarding community which I hope will lead us all into thrilling and uncharted musical territory.’ Samuel Bordoli

‘We're absolutely delighted to have been funded for this commission. While we've recently put so much into fostering the creativity of others, and when it's increasingly challenging to make significant new work ourselves in these difficult times, it's a great shot in the arm to have made it through the stiff competition for this prestigious scheme.’ Tête à Tête

 

For more information about all 20 pieces of the New Music Biennial, visit our page: http://www.nmcrec.co.uk/new-music-biennial

 

 

Tête à Tête

 

Grind was commissioned by Tête à Tête.

FUNDING

Produced with the support of partners and funders:

 

RECORDING CREDITS

The performance of Grind was recorded live at Transition Extreme Skatepark, Aberdeen on 1 June 2014.

Catalogue number:
NMC DL201404
Release Date:
28 July 2014