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The third in our new series for fans of minimalist music, held at Wylam Brewery, Exhibition Park, Newcastle upon Tyne.
Karin Hendrickson conductor
Royal Northern Sinfonia
Steve Reich It’s Gonna Rain
Philip Glass Piece in the Shape of a Square
Steve Reich Clapping Music
Philip Glass Façades (from Glassworks)
John Adams Chamber Symphony
Steve Reich created a modern classic with a pair of clapping hands; John Adams conceived his Chamber Symphony while watching a Roadrunner cartoon. But they both crackle with energy and colour; in a concert packed with masterpieces created right here, right now.
Why not check out the Clapping Music App and test your skills? Download the app, have a go, and let us know how you get on!
Doors open at 7pm. There will be one 20-minute interval during this performance.
Tickets ordered for collection will be available at Wylam Brewery from 6.45pm on the evening of the concert.
Please be aware that from 12 noon on the day of the performance, tickets will only be available to purchase on the door at Wylam Brewery – subject to availability.
There is no vehicular access permitted through Exhibition Park to the brewery, other than for mobility impaired people. There are a limited number of disabled parking bays, access to which must be pre-arranged. To pre-arrange access please email email@example.com
If travelling by Car, the nearest Public Car Park is on Claremont Road and is free after 6pm.
For more travel and access information please visit Wylam Brewery’s website here.
A brand new series for fans of minimalist music, held at Wylam Brewery
This season we are celebrating Royal Northern Sinfonia’s 60th birthday! Here’s what we have in store at Sage Gateshead and beyond. Classical Subscriptions On Sale 17 May 2018 Single Tickets On Sale 9 June 2018