Museum of the Moon
with Martin Green – Disarming Reverberations

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Martin Green

Alba Brass




Brought together for a one-off special performance, marvel at Luke Jerram’s Museum of the Moon lunar imagery and moonlight with award-winning composer Martin Green (Lau) who brings together elements of vocal harmony, brass, and live electronic manipulation to create a sonic world that is both entirely contemporary and immediately at home in the historic setting of St Giles’ Cathedral.

Martin Green’s performance will feature the heart-breaking sounds of Dublin a cappella quartet Landless with the rich sound of Alba Brass, now something of an institution in modern brass playing. Included in the piece will be settings of the Burns collected songs Ca’ The Yowes and Lassie Lie Near me.

Green is well known both for his work with the ground-breaking Lau, and as a composer at the forefront of the contemporary music scene. Recent commissioners have included The Kronos Quartet, Opera North, The Barbican, London and Edinburgh International Festival. With Lau he has received several BBC Folk Awards and he has been awarded the Paul Hamlyn Award for Composers.

Museum of the Moon by artist Luke Jerram, co-commissioned by a number of creative organisations brought together by Luke Jerram and Norfolk & Norwich Festival.

Venue: St.Giles Cathedral
Dates: 26 January 2019
Times: 6:30 – 10:30pm

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