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Letters I Haven’t Written: Gwyneth Herbert on Sunday 14th October 2018
When was the last time you wrote a letter? Tag, swipe, meme, like; the way we communicate is constantly changing.
Letters I Haven’t Written invites you on a voyage into the lost art of letter-writing through music and film by award-winning composer/performer Gwyneth Herbertand leading video artist Will Duke (Complicité The Encounter).
Original songs are interwoven with film and live video to create a captivating story that takes audiences from a blank piece of paper to the joyful sharing of voice. An exceptional creative team working across contemporary music and theatre collaborate in this distinctive new show which, in a world of status updates and limited characters, seeks a more meaningful way to speak with – and listen to – each other.
Gwyneth Herbert – voice, french horn, ukulele
Ned Cartwright – piano, sax
Sam Burgess – bass
Al Cherry – guitar
Corrie Dick – drums
Susannah Tresilian – Director
Will Duke – Video Artist
Tom Rogers – Designer
Co-commissioned by Snape Maltings and OCM. Produced by Sound UK. Funded by Arts Council England National Lottery, Hastings Borough Council and East Sussex Arts Partnership and PRS Foundation’s Women Make Music.
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Music Genres: Jazz, Swing
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