5, 13, 14, 15 December: Lunchtime talks, workshops & performances
5 Dec, 1pm
Artist/electronic producer Steven Warwick and choreographer Carlos María Romero
‘I feel so Mezzaniney’
13 Dec, 1.30pm
Professional Greek mourners Vangelis Kotsos, Anthoula Kotsou & Nikos Menoudakis
Composer Pascale Criton and violinist Silvia Tarozzi
in conversation with writer and Radio 3 broadcaster Kate Molleson
14 Dec, 1.30pm
Cellist and Apartment House founder Anton Lukoszevieze
Martin Arnold Lutra (2017)
James Tenney Cellogram (1971)
New site-specific performance-improvisation from composers Claudia Molitor and Tullis Rennie of label multi.modal
15 Dec, 1.30pm
Composer Annea Lockwood
in conversation with writer Louise Gray
Annea Lockwood Dusk (2012)
Annea Lockwood Buoyant (2013)
Alongside the main programme, we are teaming up with Walmer Yard in Notting Hill to present a series of lunchtime talks, workshops and site-specific performances with various artists involved in LCMF 2018.
Walmer Yard forms a set of four interlocking houses totalling over 9,000 square feet, set around an open courtyard. This new building, designed and crafted by Peter Salter and developed by Crispin Kelly, is the product of a decade of learning, thought and inspiration.
Walmer Yard is the focus of the Baylight Foundation, a registered charity, with the aim of increasing the public understanding of what architecture can do.
The houses and courtyard engage our sense of touch, smell, sight and sound. They also encourage sharing. It is these experiences which the Foundation will demonstrate, document and explore.