Darwin's Bio Orchestra
THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC TO WORK WITH LOCAL VISUAL ARTIST GAYLE STOREY and LUTON MUSIC MIX in collaboration with UNIVERSITY OF BEDFORDSHIRE TO CREATE BIO ORCHESTRAL MUSICAL SCORE FROM LUTON’S ENVIRONMENT.
Luton Music Mix and The Royal College of Music is pleased to announce the collaboration with local artist and University of Bedfordshire Testbeds Artist Gayle Storey.
Local Artist Gayle Storey will be collaborating with a composer from the Royal College of Music to produce a Bio Orchestral score of music from Luton’s environment.
Royal College of Music musicians will be part of a team that will rehearse and perform withstudents from Luton Music Mix . This Bio Orchestra music will be performed
at several venues here in Luton and also at The Royal College of Music, LONDON . Dated to be confirmed.
This opportunity is open to children who can play a musical instrument and wish to join the Youth Orchestra, run by Luton Music Mix. (please see their website for applicable standard)
IF YOU ARE STILL AT SCHOOL AND WANT TO BE PART OF THIS UNIQUE AND ORIGINAL COLLABORATION AND CAN PLAY A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT THEN CONTACT LUTON MUSIC MIX: TEL :01582 538224 www.thelutonmusicmix.com/contact-us/
Founded upon Charles Darwin’s research into ‘Movement of Plants’, this interdisciplinary project of Science, Art and Music isfunded by the Arts Council England. Artist Gayle Storey will be observing the bio structures across Luton at 12 important and culturally significant locations in March, recording the environment, turning data into music, with help from the Royal College of Music. The public will have an opportunity to vote for the 12 locations across Luton. This can be accessed through the online poll at http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/4162179/bio-orchestra
To learn more about the artwork and the event then please contact:
Gayle Storey (artist) email@example.com
Kerry Watson (Head of Music Centre) firstname.lastname@example.org