CoDI Off-Grid sgwrs #11

ELAINE MITCHENER

19:00 Wednesday 23.11.22

"Britain's boldest vocalist"
(The Guardian)

Award winning vocalist, movement artist and composer Elaine Mitchener

talks about her career in contemporary and experimental music, free improvisation and visual art.

The session will be illustrated by examples of her work and concludes with a 15-minute Q&A session.

duration: 60-75 mins

Admission is free of charge
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CoDI Dan-Ddaear sgwrs #11

ELAINE MITCHENER

19:00 Nos Fercher 23.11.22

Cantores, artist symud a chyfansoddwr Elaine Mitchener yn siarad am ei gyrfa mewn cerddoriaeth gyfoes ac arbrofol, gwaith byrfyfyr rhydd a chelf weledol.Bydd y sesiwn yn cael ei darlunio gan enghreifftiau o'i cherddoriaeth ac yn cael ei ddilyn gan sesiwn Holi ac Ateb 15 munud.

hyd : 60-75 munud

Mae mynediad i'r digwyddiad hwn yn rhad ac am ddim 

COFRESTRWCH YMA

Elaine Mitchener MBE is a British Afro-Caribbean vocalist, movement artist and composer working between contemporary/experimental new music, free improvisation and visual art. She is a Wigmore Hall Associate Artist (2021-26); a DAAD Artist Fellow (2022); and is an exhibiting artist in the British Art Show 9’s current touring exhibition. Elaine is founder of the collective electroacoustic trio The Rolling Calf (with Jason Yarde and Neil Charles).

Festival appearances and artists she has performed and collaborated with include Donaueschinger Musiktage, George E. Lewis, Tansy Davies, Baremboim-Said Akademie, Klangforum Wien, Jennifer Walshe, Hannah Kendall, Darmstadt, London Contemporary Music Festival, Camae Ayewa (Moor Mother), Christian Marclay, The Otolith Group, Mark Padmore, Black Top, Royal Opera House, Hamid Drake, November Music, Katie Mitchell, Ensemble Klang, Laure M. Hiendl, Savvy Contemporary, Sons d’Hiver, Van Huynh Company, Sonia Boyce, Apartment House, David Toop, London Sinfonietta, Ensemble Manufaktur für aktuelle Musik (MAM), William Parker and Saul Williams.

www.elainemitchener.com

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Tŷ Cerdd is a PRS Foundation Talent Development Partner in association with Youth Music