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Art of Moog: Synths, Sin and Serenity

Bach The Dramatist | Bach Weekend

Sun 10 Apr

Art of Moog: Synths, Sin and Serenity

Bach The Dramatist | Bach Weekend

Formed by harpsichord and synth player Robin Bigwood with fellow classically-trained musicians Steven Devine, Annabel Knight and Martin Perkins, Art of Moog plays the music of JS Bach on cutting edge analogue and digital synthesisers.

Looking more like a Kraftwerk gig than a classical concert, this is live synth-Bach with completely new levels of insight, and unsurpassed standards of performance.

Since its formation four years ago, Art of Moog has developed into a phenomenon, combining a genuine love of Bach with the extraordinary sounds of multiple analogue synthesisers. All of this presented with the razzmatazz of rock and roll. In this premiere of their completely new programme, be ready for dramatic renditions of the iconic Toccata and Fugue in D minor, the Double Violin Concerto and much more.

Approx 70 mins, no interval

Date & start time:Sun 10 Apr – 6.30pm
Venue:Hall One
+ £3 booking fee.

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