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Thursday May 17th to Sunday May 20th
Eye Music Trust presents SYMPHONY OF THE SENSES at the Midland Arts Centre in Cannon Hill Park
Our new Touring show features all the senses. Come into the intense COLOUR AND LIGHT of Colourscape and hear music that represents the musical SOUNDS of the human body. Our dancer plays TOUCH-Surfaces and releases FRAGRANCES and TASTES into the flowing air within Colourscape. This show is funded by the Arts Council Strategic Touring Fund and has been created by composers Simon Desorgher, Lawrence Casserley, David Stevens and Michael Ormiston. With movement and fragrances created by dancer Sarita Piotrowski and theatrical performer Francisca Picon Asensio
Colourscape will be installed in Cannon Hill Park for the four days. Thursday and Friday will be workshop days for local schools with a lunchtime preview time for the public to experience Colourscape without music at a lower admission price. On weekends we present music and dance in Colourscape from 11.30 to 3.30 each day. And on the Saturday we present our Colour/Music Sensory space in the Foyle Theatre with performances by Fox Hollies SN school.
MAC COLOURSCAPE DIARY:
THURSDAY/FRIDAY MAY 17/18: Colourscape open to the public 12 to 1pm only
SATURDAY MAY 19: Colourscape with performances by Sylvia Hallett (plays bicycle wheel and other unusual instruments) and Mike Adcock (accordian, slate xylophone and shells)
PLUS FREE EVENT - Come and play the Colour/Music Sensory Space installed in the Foyle Theatre in Midland Arts Centre. All day from 12 to 4.
SUNDAY MAY 20: Colourscape with Symphony of the Senses
LOCATION: Cannon Hill Park, Queen's Ride, Birmingham B12 9QH
TIMES: 11am to 4pm; Saturday May 19th and Sunday May 20th (Thurs/Fri 12-1 only)
ADMISSION: £4 per person. See Midland Arts Centre website for full admission details click HERE