acoustical anatomy, David Roche, Dyson

Video | Acoustical Anatomy

Composer (and former Wales Arts Review Artist in Residence David Roche has been working with the Orion Orchestra, their conductor Toby Purser, and the Dyson company to produce a ground-breaking new piece of music. It’s called Acoustical Anatomy, it makes use of new instruments built from Dyson technologies. It premieres in Cadogan Hall in London on the 18th February, and here is a brief behind-the-scenes film to show how the project has developed.



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Podcast | Exploring Acoustical Anatomy

Ahead of the concert at Cadogan Hall, London on Sunday 18th February, composer David Roche talks with Toby Purser, the Conductor and Artistic Director of Orion Orchestra, giving an insight in to the musical process and procedures behind Acoustical Anatomy.


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