Premiere of rupture I, work for live voices and electronics featuring pre recorded vocals, whispers and violin effects.
rupture was inspired by the organic wall of sound & disruptions in thunder/storms and how the sound versus visual delay plays with our perception of time and distance. with the voice as the timbral centre I've brought these qualities into a more intimate place, where the singers are asked to sing facing each other in pairs.
"the dew is falling on your head, can you feel it
can you see me fall apart"
Commission for Tonnta Vocal Ensemble.
On Friday 18th March, Tonnta gives the very first public music performance in the Natural History Museum on Merrion Square, Dublin 2. This performance is part of St. Patrick's Festival Ireland's I Love My City programme.
Two showings: 18:30 & 17:30
Tickets at http://www.stpatricksfestival.ie/events/event/rarity_by_tonnta
Rarity is an evening of mesmerising vocal music in Ireland's most evocative museum. For further information and ticketing visit www.stpatricksfestival.ie