A new work by Catherine Kontz for soprano Rosie Middleton
14 February 2020 . 16h00-20h00
12 HOURS is a marathon piece for voice and electronics which explores endurance as a compositional concept and performative strategy. In an immersive staging that utilises experimental sound technology, the performer explores the limits of the human voice in an unbroken durational performance.
The research is presented at Somerset House in collaboration with King’s College London, and with the generous support of Snape Meltings, Help Musicians UK, and Arts Council England.
Concept, Music, and Live Electronics | Catherine Kontz
Performance | Rosie Middleton, mezzo-soprano
Spatial Sound Design | Enzo De Sena and Zoran Cvetkovic
Direction | Sasha Amaya
Music Direction | Naomi Woo
Lighting Design | Kristina Hjelm
Technical Support | Henri Växby
Costume Design | Anna Cierpial
Costume Construction | Anita Gander
Photo Documentation | Olga Ivanitskaya
3D Video Documentation | Tony Woodhead
For more information on 12 HOURS, click here.