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Ideas of Noise Festival 2020

IDEAS OF NOISE FESTIVAL 2020

Celebrating experimental sound & art across the West Midlands -
Jan 23rd - Feb 9th

In an ambitious step forward from 2018’s 3-day festival, Ideas of Noise returns in 2020 for a 2 week programme of cutting edge music & art, expanding our reach across the Midlands by presenting events in Coventry, Stourbridge & Birmingham. Offering a programme spanning Contemporary/Classical/Electronica/Improv/Opera/Sound & Visual Art/Film, with a mixture of performance/installation/publication/community & education projects.

Venues include: Claptrap the venue The Woodman Centrala St Paul's Church, Birmingham Midlands Arts Centre - MAC The Tin Music and Arts The Edge & Moseley Community hub

Including:

NATE WOOLEY
Nate Wooley works as an interpreter, improviser, and composer within the contemporary conjuncture of contemporary classical, jazz, noise, and electronic music. Expect a thrilling, edge-of-your-seat concert from this multifaceted trumpet player.
Plus a daytime EXPERIMENTAL{SOUND}WRITING WORKSHOP led by Riffs Journal with Nate Wooley as Keynote speaker.

LAUREN REDHEAD/ALISTAIR ZALDUA
An innovative duo performance combining Church Organ and Electronics, Redhead and Zaldua present vox humana, a programme of Interactive Music for Organ and Live Electronics by women composers. Part of a full day of experimental organ works and new music for bellringers at St Paul's Church, Jewellery Quarter.

WASTE PAPER OPERA COMPANY
Set in the newly refurbished beautiful Gala Pool at Birmingham’s most iconic Moseley Road swimming baths, Waste Paper perform their brand new work Tracing Syrup: or, on the significance of rising and/or falling promising to be a truly special homecoming for the Birmingham-founded group.

GERMA ADAN/MILLICENT CHAPANDA/STELLA ROBERTS/NATALIE MASON
Building on last year’s success, IoN and CSB present a brand new intercultural collaboration from four Birmingham based musicians. Combining folk influences from Haiti, Zimbabwe, UK and America with strings, percussion, synths, electronics and vocal explorations, come and hear some never-heard-before music from some of the region's most exciting musicians.

+ MUCH MUCH MORE

Visit www.ideasofnoise.com to see the programme and get your FULL FESTIVAL PASS for just £55 / £35 concession

Supported by Arts Council England.

ORGANISER:
Centrala

Phone: 01214393050
centrala@polishexpats.org.uk
www.centrala-space.org.uk