The Museum of Lost Sounds

London , United Kingdom

Live music inspired by London folklore past and present, featuring theremin, saw, percussion and robotic carillon. For the museum's first Night Museum, in partnership with Illuminations Festival.

Time 7:30 PM Admission Admission free
Museum of London 150 London Wall, London , EC2Y 5HN, United Kingdom

I’ll be performing on theremin, saw, robotic carillon and electronics, alongside percussionist Stephen Hiscock. We’ll be presenting excerpts from my forthcoming album, Ealing Feeder, inspired by London folklore past and present. This performance is for ‘The Museum of Lost Sounds’, the Museum of London’s first Night Museum, in partnership with Illuminations Festival.

Also on the night:

Forest Swords debut Shrine, a new experimental dance piece.

Cosmo Sheldrake, will play a new set, incorporating elements from the Museum of London’s sound archive.

Rian Crabtree will be providing live visuals.

Sonic installations in the smallest pub in London, the Deed and Prosper, hosted by broadcaster, DJ and music curator, Nick Luscombe (BBC Radio 3 Late Junction) and Steve Hellier (maker of noise and original founder member of Death in Vegas).

London Whispers, an installation by sound artist, designer, and electronic musician Yuri Suzuki. His ‘whispering objects’ bring to life a secret London filled with captivating stories from London’s past.

Lume, an interactive light installation by artist Chris Shen.

School of Noise workshops and interactive performances inviting you to play on mini modular synthesizers, music boxes, drum machines, paper record players and more.