The Open Circuit Festival, devoted to experimental music and technology, is back with a bang for 2018 with a stellar line-up of contemporary avant-garde musicians.
Opening with a performance by British improvising legend Evan Parker, followed by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra’s Ensemble 10/10, this year’s festival looks to be the strongest yet in its four year history.
Featuring the likes of superstar cellist Jonathan Aasgaard, acclaimed young guitarist Sean Shibe and local experimenters the Merseyside Improvisers Orchestra, Open Circuit covers a range of sonic artforms.
Please reserve tickets early as seats will go fast. All events are FREE.
The festival runs from 10 – 14th March and all events are held in the Victoria Gallery and Museum.
Open Circuit Festival of New Music is organised by the Interdisciplinary Centre for Composition and Technology (ICCaT) at the University of Liverpool. Visit the ICCAT website for more information.
Download the full Open Circuit Festival of New Music 2018 Programme.
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