Friday, October 22, 2010

The Bee Symphony

This is a repost from the touch label blog and site. I will be lecturing about bees during the event concerning their lives, habits and beauty of form.

My Queen and I:
An introduction to the bees and their closest relatives.

The Bee Symphony

The Rymer Auditorium, York 17th December 2010

The Bee Symphony
Celebrating the bee in science and art
Friday 17 December 2010 at 7.30pm
Rymer Auditorium

The Bee Symphony, consisting of recordings of bees by Chris Watson ('The Life of Birds', 'The Life of Mammals', 'Life in the Undergrowth' and 'Life in Cold Blood'), Mike Harding (Touch) and a vocal score by Marcus Davidson (Spire) will be performed live by Chris Watson and five singers from the University of York, conducted by Marcus Davidson. The Symphony was originally commissioned as part of Pestival and performed in the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London. Updated details of the full programme can be seen on the The Bee Symphony microsite
"The theme of the evening is really for people to become immersed in the sounds and rhythms of the insects." Chris Watson
In addition to The Bee Symphony the programme will feature other sound performances and talks by scientists on current research on bees and the current perils that they face, including:
Irene Moon - My Queen and I: An introduction to the bees and their closest relatives, also a special episode for TouchRadio

Buy tickets at
The Bee Symphony microsite

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