Friday 27th February at 8pm
with a Composition Workshop OPEN TO ALL from 2-5pm
Music with Animation
Jenni Hogan (Flute)
Amy Green (Saxophone)
Olivia Jaguers (Harp)
Minn Majoe (Violin 1)
Haru Ushigusa (Violin 2)
Martin Wray (Viola)
Hannah Masson-Smyth (Cello)
Feargus Brennan (Percussion)
Chris Roe (Conductor)
ANIMA is an exciting, unique, collaborative project bringing together some of the UK’s most dynamic contemporary composers, musicians and animators. Live music will be performed by the ensemble alongside projections of abstract animated films, including some premieres by Oxford Faculty composers after a workshop earlier in the day.
Gallery: £15.00 / Stalls: £10.00 / Student: £5.00
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About the JdP
The Jacqueline du Pré Music Building is one of the most exciting music venues in Oxford. Based at St Hilda's College, it is home to a professional Concert Series, regular Lunchtime Recitals, educational events, including family Cushion Concerts, community events, including Moving Music concerts for people with dementia, and a wide range of university functions, theatrical productions, art exhibitions and conferences. The building also contains five practice rooms and a recording studio available for hire.
Other Events Coming Up
Wayne McGregor in conversation:
'Dance and Neuroscience'.
Plus an exhibition of his work at the JdP
followed by refreshments
Wayne McGregor, Resident Choreographer, The Royal Ballet; Director, Random Dance, talks about his choreographic practice with Dr Phil Barnard, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit (Cambridge) and Eckhard Thiemann (Arts Producer). This event is FREE and open to all but booking essential: book a seat on Eventbrite