For something a little different this weekend, but still in keeping with the Halloween theme mind you, how about going along to The Art House to see Sarah Angliss perform? It’s an early evening gig so you can still go out afterwards if that’s your thing.
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A composer, performer and sound historian, Sarah Angliss taps into her obsessions with scientific oddities, obsolete machines, faded variety acts and the darkest European folk tales to create her work.
Sarah’s music mixes her own software patches (using Max/MSP, Supercollider, PRAAT and other tools) with her samples, field recordings and live performance on theremin, saw, recorder, waterphone, keyboard, handbells and other instruments. On stage, she’s often accompanied by musical automata – machines she’s been devising and building since 2005 as she’s been seeking a more theatrical alternative to the laptop, sampler and loop pedal.
Here’s her TED talk from a TEDxBrighton: