Lakeside Arts
Part of University of Nottingham
Lakeside Arts
Event Detail

Icebreaker: System Restart

Wednesday 22 February, 7.30pm
Djanogly Theatre, Lakeside Arts


£14.50 - £5

Younger composers with talent and attitude are redefining music, and foremost amongst them are an ever greater number of women - and this is being celebrated in Icebreaker's new programme featuring music by six fantastic composers of the new generation. 

New music by Jobina Tinnemans, whose work includes music for table tennis players and hedge shearers, You Are Wolf's Kerry Andrew, whose output includes an opera about swimming, The University of Nottingham's own Elizabeth Kelly, and Australian Kate Moore is complemented by Linda Buckley's exquisite, soaring Azure, plus Anna Meredith's Orlok and Nautilus from her surging, joyful Moshi Moshi EPs.

Full Programme:
Jobina Tinnemans new work - as yet untitled
Elizabeth Kelly new work - as yet untitled
Kate Moore The Dam (new version)
Linda Buckley Azure
Anna Meredith Orluk & Nautilus

To whet your appetite, listen to short excerpts of music from the programme by Anna Meredith, Linda Buckley and Kate Moore, plus samples of music by Kerry Andrew, Elizabeth Kelly and Jobina Tinnemans.

Tickets: £14.50, £12.50 concessions, £10 restricted view, £8 students, £5 University of Nottingham students*

*To book these £5 tickets please call 0115 846 7777 or visit the box office in person at the DHL Pavillion. You will be required to show a vaild UoN student card upon collection of tickets.