Electronic and concrete music (1966-7), created at the height of the Cold War.

Stockhausen transforms, combines and resynthesizes 40 national anthems to create a 4-channel tape piece using massed ensembles, electronics, screaming feedback, reducing everything down to the sound of a single human breath.

 

The event will be preceded by free live music in the Gulbenkian café featuring creative music styles from the Centre for Music and Audio Technology from 5pm.

Karlheinz Stockhausen: Hymnen takes place in Eliot Hall on the Canterbury University campus.

Part of Eutopia Festival at Gulbenkian and The European Poetry Festival

Eutopia Festival

Ross Ainslie & Ali Hutton’s Symbiosis

Ross and Ali’s live performances deliver music with energy and passion that can only come with a shared and rich musical history.

12 Mar 2019 , 7:30pm
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SK Shlomo ‘Surrender’ Album Tour 2019

Award-winning producer, singer-songwriter, World Loopstation Champion and record breaking beatboxer, SK Shlomo is heading to Gulbenkian!

17 Feb 2019 , 8:00pm
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Members of The Orchestra of Syrian Musicians

As a result of the on-going conflict, many Syrian musicians have had to start over in new, unfamiliar countries.

23 Mar 2019 , 8:00pm
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Karlheinz Stockhausen: Hymnen

29 Mar 2019

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