Philip Venables

Tag: sound installation

Venables plays Bach

8 October 2021

This is the catalogue page for Venables plays Bach. Venables plays Bach is a 42-channel looping sound installation commissioned by Festival d’Automne à Paris for their 2021 Festival, installed in l’Église de Saint Eustache. My introduction Twenty-five years ago, I…

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The live Organ component of ‘Venables plays Bach’

4 October 2021

This post accompanies the programme booklet for Venables plays Bach, a 42-channel sound installation in l’Église de Saint Eustache, Paris, as part of the Festival d’Automne à Paris. The installation can be heard each day between 2.30–5.30pm, 7th to 16th…

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Venables plays Bach announced at Festival d’Automne à Paris

12 August 2021

I will be making a brand new 42-speaker sound installation at the Church of Saint Eustache in Paris as part of this years Festival d’Automne à Paris. The installation, Venables plays Bach, explores my relationship with J.S. Bach’s Little Prelude…

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Music for a Busy City, MIF2017

9 March 2017

Manchester International Festival 2017 was launched today, including the Music for a Busy City.  This project takes six composers out of the concert hall and into the city of Manchester, making music for public spaces through which people pass every day.  I will…

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