Friday 27 June

Baghdad LullabiesBaghdad Lullabies

The Electric Voice Theatre
with Frances M Lynch

Ted Hughes Theatre, Calder High School,
8.00pm to 10.00pm approx
£12 (£10) £3 under 16s

Hebden Bridge festivalThe Festival is thrilled to welcome back Frances M Lynch with an exciting series of new work:

Eduardo Reck Miranda: Requiem per una veu perduda - a series of epitaphs by Robert Burns, set in a Requiem Mass by this acclaimed Brazilian composer. A beautiful work which echoes with the sounds of lost voices.

Paul Barker: Three Lullabies - No.3 is a world première.

Alejandro Viñao: The Baghdad Monologue - the centre of the Middle East conflict as portrayed through a woman’s eyes and the infamous words of Bush, Blair and co.

Using cutting-edge sound technology, live processing and surround sound space manipulation, the vocal agility of the soloist is enhanced to create a rich tapestry of sound.

This is electrifying, mystical and devastating vocal theatre. A stunning production set in the surroundings of a wonderful new theatre and a great way to start the festival.

Baghdad Lullabies

Britain’s leading electroacoustic music theatre ensemble’ (The Independent)


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