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Exhibitions

at Aldeburgh Festival 2017

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These exhibitions and installations run throughout the Aldeburgh Festival, and in some cases all summer.

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Bill Fontana: Acoustic Visions

Reed beds, Dovecote & derelict arches, Snape

Permutations

Jerwood Kiln

Created on Open Space residency by Freya Waley-Cohen, Finbarr O’Dempsey and Andrew Skulina

The Snape Sound

Concert Hall Gallery

Explore Snape Maltings Concert Hall’s famous acoustic in this interactive exhibit by Tom Taylor.

Abigail Lane: Finding Words

Concert Hall Foyer

Premiere in a Phone Box: All Howl at Once

In addition to the eight songs sung at the Friday Afternoons premiere, All Howl at Once contains four songs written in collaboration with groups of young people from around the country. The songs have been recorded by the Schole Cantorum of the Cardinal Vaughan School.

Visit the on-site phone box to hear the songs and learn more about the collaborative writing process. The songs will be playing throughout the Festival.

The Ballad of Donk-Cat and Samurai Sword-Dog – written with students at Thomas Wolsey School, Ipswich
Survival Part in Sector 0-0-0-0-0-0-0-17 – written with students at Netley Primary School, Camden, London
The Surprising Scary Horror of the Café, The Castle and the Jungle – written with students at Elgol Primary School and Buns-goil Shlèite, Isle of Skye.
Something Keeps Drinking Half Of The Local Swimming Pool – written by Elliott Kendall, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance