BEAST FEaST returns 2-4 May at the University of Birmingham and Birmingham Open Media (BOM) – three days of electronic music with BEAST (Birmingham ElectroAcoustic Sound Theatre).
BEAST is the concert sound system of the University of Birmingham’s Electroacoustic Music Studios. It is one of the world’s leading and largest systems for presenting electronic music to a live audience: BEAST can mount as many as 100 loudspeakers distributed around the concert space, to truly immerse listeners in sound.
BEAST FEaST is the University’s annual festival of electronic sound. This year’s festival asks composers and listeners to rewind in order to fast-forward: What new paths may open up by engaging more closely with works and technologies from the past? What ideas, old and new, might take us forward?
Join BEAST for a meeting of music, meeting, ideas and discussion, along with featured guest artists Pete Stollery, Anothai Nitibhon, Jean-David Caillouët, Anton Lukoszevieze and Apartment House.
As well as numerous concerts in the Bramall Concert Hall on campus, the weekend concludes with a ‘Soft Rave’ at Birmingham Open Media, with performances by Norah Lorway and Valentina Vuksic.
Tickets start at £3, with a three day pass just £30.
BEAST FEaST 2019:
Thu 2–Sat 4 May 2019
University of Birmingham and Birmingham Open Media
Tickets and details from http://www.beast.bham.ac.uk/beast-feast-2019/