|Tin Men And The Telephone is an Amsterdam-based band that employs live electronics, projected visuals, and audience participation in combination with jazz and improvised music to create a one-of-a-kind multimedia experience.||Fuga Perpetua: Combining virtuosic music ensemble, a constantly moving sound installation, video projections and a ‘vocal crowd’, Yuval Avital’s Fuga Perpetua is a sensual, wordless opera ‘narrated’ by refugees.|
|Moments of Weightlessness - Sarah Nicolls: Hear the beautiful melodies and textures of Sarah’s piano-songs mixed with stories of creativity, and contemplate the moments of life where everything seems to stand still||Dead Symphony: Sound is understood to be the last sense present moments before death. Artist Saskia Moore, UK is documenting and transcribing the actual music and sound experiences people heard when losing or regaining consciousness during a near death experience.|
|20 Pianos: Matthew Herbert will be telling the stories of twenty unique pianos from around the world – from Steinways at famous locations, to forgotten out-of-tune family pianos.||Sound of Sports: The Coull Quartet will be presenting a fun and fascinating cross-border collaboration between composers Joe Cutler, Nick Fells and Andy Ingamells that will celebrate sport in the lead up to the Commonwealth Games next year with events in Glasgow, Derry, Manchester and Warwick.|
|Kraftwerk Uncovered: Following their highly successful, 14 date Apollo tour, Icebreaker are turning their focus on another contemporary icon – Kraftwerk.|
All very recent and currently live projects produced by ThirdEar.