Listening Party: Errollyn Wallen on Bach in the 21st Century

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Co-artistic Director of Clod Ensemble Paul Clark in conversation with Errollyn Wallen, CBE

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Why have musicians working in so many different genres been so deeply drawn to the music of JS Bach - someone who died 270 years ago?

Celebrated composer Errollyn Wallen shares some of her favourite pieces and discusses them with Clod Ensemble’s Co-Artistic Director Paul Clark - unlocking some of the secrets of this enduringly popular music, and exploring how it relates to the work people have been making more recently, from modern electronica and minimalism to 70s disco.

This event will take place on zoom and will be live-captioned.

Accessibility: All live events will be wheelchair accessible and all online events will be live captioned. If you have accessibility requirements (eg. BSL interpretation) that you would like us to be aware of then please email and we will do our best to help.

Part of a programme of events surrounding Clod Ensemble’s performance This is My Room. In collaboration with brilliant musicians, performers and designers, this season of performance, workshops, discussions and listening parties will pick up on some of the themes explored in the piece. Explore the programme.

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For over two decades, director Suzy Willson and composer Paul Clark have developed a highly original performance language, creating provocative, finely crafted work, ambitious in scale and concept.

Clod Ensemble works at the intersection of different forms and disciplines – at the point where they meet, transform and challenge each other to become something new.

We work with dancers, actors, musicians, medics, architects and orchestras.

Our work is presented in London, across the UK and internationally in theatres, dance houses, galleries and public spaces including Sadler’s Wells, Tate Modern, The Lowry Salford, Wales Millennium Centre, Serralves Museum Porto and Public Theater New York.

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