On Saturday 23rd June, The Queens Hall will be transformed into an Audio-Visual feast! The Tinderbox Orchestra are staging their most exciting and ambitious gig yet, introducing a new 30-piece choir to their 50-piece orchestra, and collaborating with THREE of Scotland’s finest bands of the moment – Broken Records, North Atlantic Oscillation and G-Code.
The show will feature on-stage collaborations between the bands and the orchestra, as well as a number of original compositions written by the orchestra and the bands, including a new orchestral composition led by internationally renowned composer, Professor Nigel Osborne.
Hidden Door Arts Collective will be providing live visuals and other arts whilst 20 film makers have put together a visual extravaganza, featuring 5 simultaneous projections VJ’d live to synchronise with the music. The event will also feature the multi-arts project Frontiers, involving installations and projections made by groups of young people from a range of social, ethnic and religious backgrounds, and curated by a fantastic team of artists.
It will be a spectacular night, so please head along and show them your support. It’s only £10 (£8 student) and tickets are available HERE.
Tinderbox Orchestra: “Tinderbox Orchestra are quickly becoming a musical tour de force” The Lis
North Atlantic Oscillation: “Zane Lowe’s album of the week” Radio 1
Broken Records: “Elegant and utterly beautiful” NME
Hidden Door: “Hidden Door truly is a defiant celebration of the city’s cultural community” Andrew Eaton, Scotsman
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