Past eventRambert and NMC Recordings debate: What makes good music for dance?
To mark NMC Recordings’ release of Flux – a celebration of Rambert’s five previous Music Fellows – the latest in our series of industry-focused Rambert Debates focuses on contemporary music in dance.
Journalist Jenny Gilbert chairs a panel including Rambert’s Music Director Paul Hoskins, composer (and former Music Fellow) Mark Bowden, pianist Yshani Perinpanayagam and other guests discuss what makes good music for dance and the role dance organisations play in commissioning new music.
The evening will also feature a performance of Tempus, choreographed by Simone Damberg Würtz and featuring an original score by former Rambert Music Fellow Cheryl Frances-Hoad, played live by Yshani on piano and Commodore 64.
The evening concludes with a drinks reception and a chance to continue the conversation with panel members and performers.