What happens when you bring together some of the most incandescent art and music (n)ever heard before, some of the most effervescent creative minds and skilled performing hands in the world, and an Attic? It can only be a Transfiguring Night. And it’s on April 2.
Project Instrumental and artist Yiyun Kang find light in dark places through music, projection mapping and space. Nightmare and beauty, forest and moonlight, secrets and elevation fill Hackney Attic in an existential shimmer of psyche and phenomena.
Brilliant young ensemble, Project Instrumental, brings thrilling performances to unbounded audiences. Bold, imaginative and boundary defying, this virtuosic ensemble strips back the peripherals with their straightforward contemporary approach to music.
Yiyun Kang is an artist, researcher and lecturer, currently in London as a PhD candidate at the Royal College of Art. From a painting background, her work explores the borders between real and virtual through video installation, interactive installation, animation and digital prints.
Come not knowing.
"If you're partial to strings & things, you need Project Instrumental in your life. Awesome" - Rick Grant, Take Records
- Night Tracks (world premiere)
- Stephen Montague (1943- )
- String Sextet (1916)
- Erich Korngold (1897-1957)
- Verklärte Nacht, for string sextet
- Arnold Schoenberg (1874-1951)