Emulsion, a collision and fusion of contemporary classical and jazz music, is on at Kings Place on Sunday 12 May (4pm).
Presented, composed and conceived by Ensemble Amorpha (Junior Trinity composition teacher Luke Styles is Artistic Director), Tangent, Food and Fringe Magnetic, this second Emulsion places the focus firmly on existing contemporary works, which have influenced the approach to improvisation and composition in the new works.
Emulsion presents a new experience and different way to listen to music with classical and jazz roots, showing how improvisation and contemporary music can exist in the same space and/or interact with each other.
The programme includes - Luke Styles - Chasing The Nose; Alasdair Nicolson - The Twittering Machine; Kaija Saariaho - Oi Kuu; Stockhausen - Aus Den Sieben Tagen; Trish Clowes - Small Pieces of Wood; and Chris Mayo - Birchfield Close.
To hear an interview with Trish Clowes, and to book tickets, click here to visit the King's Place website.