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Nocturnes Wonder

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Date
Tuesday 13/06/2017

Time
9:00 pm - 10:15 pm

Location
St. Giles' Church

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Launching at Camberwell Arts Festival 2017 (10 – 18 June), Nocturnes Wonder is an open invitation to join us on a musical journey. Experience Nocturnes Wonder on a summer’s evening walk at Camberwell Arts Festival.

Nocturnes Wonder is a suite of downloadable musical movements produced by composer Isa Suarez about how music can affect our mind, heartbeat and wellbeing. It features UK female beatboxer KimmyBeatbox, The Camberwell Community Choir and CoolTan Arts members’ voices.

Camberwell Arts Festival Walk, 13th June, 9 – 10.15pm

The circular walk will start at St. Giles’ Church on Camberwell Church Street and end at the Peckham House Lunatic Asylum. This local history walk is devised by experienced CoolTan Art’s volunteers and features tales of lunacy, madness and art which will be brought to life by listening to the Nocturnes Wonder musical pieces.

From 10th June onwards you can download Nocturnes Wonder here:

Download Nocturnes Wonder

or scan the QR code directly onto your mobile phone.

 


Nocturnes Wonder is a project conceived and produced by composer Isa Suarez in partnership with CoolTan Arts and with support from Camberwell Arts and Arts Council England.

About Isa Suarez

Isa Suarez is an award-winning composer originating from the Basque Country and is based in London/Camberwell. Trained as a classical musician (piano, Le Conservatoire), Suarez is a composer, songwriter and singer. Inspired by her interest in human rights and community engagement, Suarez has created a number of large scale projects over the last decade that explore these subjects through performance, music and lyrics. More info can be found here: www.isasuarez.com

Nocturnes Wonder is a project conceived and produced by composer Isa Suarez in partnership with CoolTan Arts and with support from Camberwell Arts and Arts Council England.

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