THE FIRST INTERACTIVE MUSIC WORKSHOP FOR OPERA!
Experience and explore the surreal sound-world of Ligeti’s ‘opera of the unexpected’ Le Grand Macabre first hand with this ‘car horns player’.
‘Play Ligeti’ was developed by ENO Baylis, in association with Electric Ears, to provide a unique insight into Ligeti's 'opera of the unexpected' Le Grand Macabre The idea is inspired by a series of percussion workshops created by ENO Baylis. The application is designed with experimentation, play, creativity and learning in mind. Users are encouraged to explore this application – it can be a composition tool, a mobile instrument, a game for one or more players and an introduction to this extraordinary opera!
Listen to the car horns prelude from Le Grand Macabre and take inspiration for your own compositions. Follow suggestions to compose your own unique car horn preludes! Get together with friends and launch your very own car horn orchestra!
Part of the Artistic department, ENO Baylis produces adventurous work inspired by ENO artistic programme. This includes pioneering interactive initiatives, new commissions, workshops and debates, and professional training strands giving a broad range of people access to ENO’s unique work and resources. Our interactive strand enables audiences to access and engage with the work of ENO through new and emerging media platforms.
Established in 1985, ENO Baylis is named after Lilian Baylis, the pioneering theatre manager whose vision of accessible opera led to the founding of English National Opera.
For more information about English National Opera visit www.eno.org
For more information about Electric Ears visit www.electricears.com
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