30 July: Update on today’s Dome Stage event
We are planning to go ahead with today’s event despite the forecast rain. Do check here again before you set off, and please come equipped for rain.


Friday 30 Jul 2021 5:30pm

Part of The Dome Stage

Cinematic ambient soundscapes created by violin and piano

Violinist Anna Phoebe and pianist/producer Aisling Brouwer use intricate interplay between violin and piano to create ambient, cinematic soundscapes. They released their debut album Waves on One Little Independent Records (Björk, Ásgeir, Manu Delago) last year and have fans ranging from Mary Anne Hobbs to BBC Radio 3’s Late Junction. Seeing them perform is a mesmerising but instantly accessible experience.



Arrive early and make yourself comfortable
At the Dome Stage our ‘doors’ open at 4.45pm, and the earlier you arrive, the more choice of seating you will have. There is tiered bleacher seating or you can sit on the grass. We encourage you to bring blankets or cushions to make sure you’re comfortable, and we if you want to sit on the grass, you can bring folding chairs as well.

The Dome Stage provides cover for artists but not audience members. Events will go ahead in the rain except in cases of extreme weather. Do look at the weather forecast and dress appropriately.

Free minibus
Britten Pears Arts will be running a free minibus service to and from Dome Stage events. Book your seat here.

If you decide you are not going to use your tickets
Please email boxoffice@brittenpearsarts.org to let us know so that someone else can enjoy the event.

The Dome Stage is programmed in association with Serious.