Don’t Miss: DEBUSSY EXPLOSION : Visually remixed art with music at Royal College of Music

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Debussy Explosion 1:05 – c.1:45pm | 28th January 2015 | Britten Theatre Royal College of Music Prince Consort Rd, London SW7 2BS

Part of the RCM’s Great Exhibitionists series this spectacular and dynamic collaboration between pianist and visual artist will immerse the audience in the pitch black of the Britten Theatre before an eruption of form and colour strikes through the January gloom.

Award winning pianist Imma Setiadi will play the famous preludes by Debussy which will be visually remixed live by artist Hugo Dalton whose previous collaborations have included Christopher Wheeldon at Sadlers Wells, the Today Museum Beijing and the Royal Albert Hall.

Cutting edge, high meets low, technology against the human hand.
Free but tickets required www.rcm.ac.uk/events |

This collaborative concert is part of Great Exhibitionists, the RCM’s cutting-edge series taking up the spirit of the 1951 Great Exhibition and curated entirely by students.
To see all events visit www.rcm.ac.uk/greatexhibitionists

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