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Recent PhD student Richard Norris' concert in Hoxton

Posted on 22/06/2012

Richard Norris puts on Opposites React in Hoxton, London

Recently completed Royal Holloway PhD student, Richard Norris, is putting on an evening at the Zigfrid von Underbelly in Hoxton Square on 20 July featuring numerous collaborations with world musicians, composers and electronics. 

Richard’s PhD research, under the supervision of Brian Lock, has focussed on combining live performance with electronics and he has collaborated with dancers, Indian, Vietnamese and Ukranian musicians, buskers and orchestral and band performers over the course of his research. This event, Opposites React, will feature the Bergersen Quartet (a quartet specialising in the performance of music by living composers) and will include music by Richard, Brian Lock, Simon Speare, Graham Fitkin, Piazolla and a number of current songwriters.

More information can be found at www.oppositesreact.com.


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