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Sat, 27 Jan




Join trailblazing Associate Artists, Tangram, on a journey navigating the fragile and destructive relationship between humans and our environment featuring enchanting performance art by Echo Morgan.

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Time & Location

27 Jan 2024, 14:00 – 16:00

London, 161 Old St, London EC1V 9NG, UK

About The Event


The Programme 

Experience the visceral sounds of ice and plastic alongside evocations of disappearing whalesong and bioluminescence, with the collective Tangram, our Associate Artists at LSO St Luke’s. Bringing together contemporary music from across four continents, Tangram presents a powerful reflection on the global issue of climate change. They perform a special programme of music by Liza Lim, George Crumb, Dai Fujikura, Chen Yi, Alex Ho and Sun Keting, alongside the world premiere of a new commission by Zhenyan Li.

 The Performance 

Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke’s

Vivian Fung The Ice is Talking Dai Fujikura Hidden Tree Liza Lim Bioluminescence Alex Ho Plastic Ceremony Chen Yi Qi Interval – 20 minutes Sun Keting With Thee Zhenyan Li New work George Crumb Vox Balaenae

featuring Echo Morgan art director Daniel Shao flute Garwyn Linnell cello Beibei Wang percussion Annie Yim piano Alex Ho music director/creative producer Sun Keting music director/creative producer

The concerts will finish at approximately 4pm and 9pm

 The Performers 

On their 5-year anniversary, Tangram is led by founding artist Daniel Shao. They are joined by the brilliant Echo Morgan, whose fearless artistry articulates new forms of expression through body, gesture and voice.

‘Truly innovative …they’re breaking down borders with stylish communication and spirit’ – RPS Young Artist Nomination 2023

‘Powerfully theatrical…unexpected and refreshing’ – Tempo Journal

‘Dazzling instrumental display’ – I CARE IF YOU LISTEN

‘Tangram revels in the untranslatable’ – VAN Magazine

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