"Yesterday I listened... today I loved!"
|Augustine Hall »||7:30 pm||Wednesday 21 Mar 2012|
|Ticket Price||Ticket Info||Ticket Link||£10/£5 Students||Free to young people aged 25 and under, thanks to the Cavatina Ticket Scheme - on the door, subject to availability.||Ticket Link|
'Extraordinarily impressive and effective … a spell-binding triumph.' (Evening Star)
Death’s Cabaret is a ground-breaking new kind of concerto commissioned for cello and string quartet by celebrated composer Stephen Deazley and BAFTA-nominated, award-winning writer Martin Riley.
It is a unique and thrilling marriage of the 19th-century concerto form with the grime and sensuality of cabaret – both an innovation and a re-invention of an ancient tradition. Dangerous, intimate, raw and virtuosic, it promises to be an unforgettable night … as our hero discovers.
Mistress Death comes to call. Your time upon this earth is up. When life is in the balance, what will save you? Love, music or waking from the nightmare? Let the performance of a lifetime begin!
THIS IS PART OF THE SOUNDS NEW LAUNCH (6pm) BUT WILL ALSO BE MADE AVAILABLE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC.