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EventMusic in the Museum: Sustaining our community

17 November 2019, 11am - 4pm
Cost Free
Suitability All
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Follow RWCMD musicians as they take over the collection, with pop-up performances and events throughout the day, reflecting on our world and our community.

Time

Location

Musical content

11am

Main Hall

A Sackbutt Salute, with a performance of the 16th Century Pavane “The Death of Reason”!

11-11.20

Welsh Landscapes

Honouring our local community and national heritage with Welsh music for voice and harp, surrounded by Welsh paintings and sculptures

11.30-11.50

French Impressionism and post Impressionism

Water, water, everywhere…. music to celebrate this vital element, one of the favourite subjects of Impressionist painters

12-12.45

Bernd and Hilla Becher: Industrial Visions and Foyle Art Space

Evolution: children’s concert & workshop

Listen to four of Saint-Saens’ musical portraits from Carnival of the Animals and have a go at making your own instruments from recycled materials

1-2

Art in eighteenth-century Britain

Musical communities & family ties are represented in this lunchtime concert, with music from Bachs, Mozarts, Mendelssohns and Schumanns. 

2.15-3

Bernd and Hilla Becher: Industrial Visions and Foyle Art Space

Evolution: children’s concert & workshop

Listen to four of Saint-Saens’ musical portraits from Carnival of the Animals and have a go at making your own instruments from recycled materials

3-3.20

French Impressionism and post Impressionism

Explore nature and the natural resources granted to us through music performed amongst the Impressionist paintings.

3-30-3.50

Bernd and Hilla Becher: Industrial Visions

Reminding us to care for our natural resources, music written by composers who lived in the 20th century during the time of industrialisation, mechanical revelation and war.

4pm

Main Hall

Dinosaur themed music to say goodbye to visitors and to Dippy!

11am-4pm

Upper Natural History

Sound installation with space to relax and contemplate the perilous state of the ocean, underneath the whale!

Unforeseen circumstances may cause this programme to change.

 

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