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Toby Marks (Banco de Gaia) & Andrew Heath

Blue Orange Theatre, West Midlands

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Date
Fri, 29th Sep 17
Doors Open
6:30 pm
Event Ends
10:00 pm - Fri, 29th Sep 17
Age Restriction
18 and over
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PART OF THE SEVENTH WAVE FESTIVAL OF ELECTRONIC MUSIC:NUMBER 4

The Seventh Wave presents  

Toby Marks (Banco de Gaia) and Andrew Heath 

Banco de Gaia's Toby Marks will be exploring the gentler end of his catalogue, presenting ambient works old and new accompanied by live improvisation and manipulation. Ranging from cinematic grandeur through tender minimalism to otherworldly fantasies, this performance will take you to places of beauty rarely visited.

In performance, Andrew Heath re-interprets his studio work weaving multiple layers of textural field recordings balanced with ethereal whispers of electronic sound and half-glimpsed piano melodies. Recent performances have seen him add acoustic instruments to his palette often bowed or e-bowed, but certainly not played conventionally. This is immersive, ambient music. It drifts. It constantly shifts as it charts new topographies, creating and following maps that are full of change.

Visuals will be provided by video artist Patrick Dunn (Banco de Gaia, Tangerine Dream, Afro Celt Sound System) who blends real world imagery and computer generated graphics to create a mesmerising, immersive world.

NUMBER OF TICKETS FOR SALE IS 100

Friday 29 September 2017 Doors 6.30 pm

Curfew 10.00 pm

Blue Orange Theatre 118 Great Hampton Street Birmingham B18 6AD

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