The performance takes place at London's Barbican Hall, with assistance from The Heritage Orchestra and Choir. The show will include the first UK performance of his groundbreaking Remote Orchestra concept, plus 'Interactive Tuned Feedback Pendulum Array', a piece which expands on Steve Reich's Pendulum Music and more.
First developed last year for the European Culture Congress in Poland, the Remote Orchestra performance sees Aphex Twin conducting a 28-piece string section and a 12-strong choir by remote control.
Barbican presents Aphex Twin: Remote Orchestra
Featuring The Heritage Orchestra and Choir
Wednesday 10th October 2012
Barbican Hall, London EC2
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