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HCMF 2/5 - The Riot Ensemble and Nikel

Sara Mohr-Pietsch and Robert Worby introduce an eclectic mix of music performed on multiple stages - in the closing weekend of the Huddersfield Festival.

Sara Mohr-Pietsch and Robert Worby live at the Blending Shed in Huddersfield, introduce an eclectic mix of new music performed on multiple performance spaces - as part of the closing weekend of this year's Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival.

Tribute is paid to the late Pauline Oliveros and includes her rarely heard "The Wheel of Time", performed by The Riot Ensemble. The programme also features music from the Austrian group Nikel and improvisations for guitar and trombone by duo, Archer Spade.

Pauline Oliveros: The Autobiography of Lady Steinway; The Wheel of Time (UK Premiere)
The Riot Ensemble conducted by Arron Hollway-Nahum

Enno Poppe: Fleisch (UK Premiere)
Ann Cleare: the square of yellow light that is your window (UK Premiere)
Nikel:
Yaron Deustche (electric guitar)
Patrick Stadler (saxophones)
Brian Archinal (percussion)
Antoine Francoise (piano)
Alfred Reiter (sound engineer)

Lauren Sarah Hayes: Mini Savior Opt. (World Premiere)
Lauren Sarah Hayes (hybrid analogue and digital live electronics)

Archer Spade: Improvisation
Nick Millevoi (guitar)
Dan Blacksberg (trombone).

2 hours

Music Played

  • Enno Poppe

    Fleisch

    Ensemble: NIKEL.
  • Lauren Sarah Hayes

    Mini Savior Opt.

    Performer: Lauren Sarah Hayes.
  • Ann Cleare

    the square of yellow light that is your window

    Ensemble: NIKEL.
  • Pauline Oliveros

    The Wheel of Time

    Ensemble: RIOT ENSEMBLE.
  • Archer Spade

    Improvisation

    Performer: Archer Spade.

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