Sound Affairs has been successfully producing innovative cross-artform original works for nearly 30 years.
Artistic professional standards are very high and the organisation has a substantial reputation for producing exciting, compelling projects.
It is a non-profit making organisation and its activities centre on live music, new technology and digital art. It features:
• The creation and promotion of new and original work
• Collaborative ventures between arts practitioners from different media
RADIO AMORE – a live mix of British and Italian music for oboe and strings
LUDWIG – a tribute to Beethoven for piano and string quartet
SALOMÉ – historic film starring Nazimova with live percussion
THE TEMPEST – a concert version of Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’ for voices, period instruments and magic lantern featuring British music from the baroque period alongside works by contemporary composers
THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER – a live chamber orchestra of 16 musicians performing a new score with Jean Epstein’s silent cinema classic
Sound Affairs is a registered charity (No 1074890) and a company limited by guarantee, registered in Wales (No 2956354)
Further info at http://www.soundaffairs.co.uk