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Home > Open Fund: Bastard Assignments

Open Fund: Bastard Assignments

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Bastard Assignments

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https://bastardassignments.com/

Bastard Assignments bite into the best of experimental music and interdisciplinary performance with NEW TEETH. This 2016-17 season of four events in unique venues will bring some of the most exciting and innovative performances in Europe to London, with intriguing guest artists – both well known and emerging – appearing alongside new work by resident composers Timothy Cape, Edward Henderson, Caitlin Rowley and Josh Spear.

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NEW TEETH continues the Bastard Assignments tradition of locating performances in atmospheric sites – this season sees events in a bombed-out church, a nineteenth-century construction access shaft, a basement art gallery and a converted former print works building. These unusual venues contribute a trademark aspect of the immersive, thought-provoking and often humorous events for which Bastard Assignments are known. Combining multiple artforms and media, these performances challenge ideas of what a ‘concert’ might be.

The four NEW TEETH events are supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, and by PRS for Music Foundation.

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